Corporations Without Countries
Robert B.Reich, in Corporations Without Issues in Science and Technology (Winter 1990-91), National Countries Acad. of Sciences, 2101 Constitution Ave., Washington, D.C.
Does improving U.S. "competitiveness" mean making American-owned corpora- tions more productive and profitable, and boosting their share of world markets? Not so much as it once did, contends Reich, of Harvard's Kennedy School of Govern- ment. With U.S. corporations increasingly employing foreign workers, and f...