Economists talked about a new study on the decline in manufacturing jobs. They addressed various factors including automation, trade and domestic outsourcing, as well as the trends in computer versus non-computer manufacturing.
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Josh Bivens Director Economic Policy Institute->Research and Policy
Caroline Freund Senior Fellow Peterson Institute for International Economics->International Trade
Susan Houseman Vice President and Research Director W.E. Upjohn Institute
Thea M. Lee President Economic Policy Institute
Lawrence "Larry" Mishel President Economic Policy Institute
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