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CSPAN
Aug 20, 2014 8:00pm EDT
is more fundamental than that. look at what is happening in china and other countries and there i think the stories are more striking because we were looking at some of the issues in terms of say manufacturing employment and people think of globalization and technology as being the two great forces affecting the economy. and the idea of manufacture moving from the united states to china. it turns out that in fact manufacturing employment in china is shrinking. 20 million fewer people are working in manufacturing today than in the 1990's. it is shrinking in the united states and all of the places worldwide. it isn't a matter of jobs moving from one country to another. it is jobs moving from both china and the united states to robots and to automation. the phrase that andy and i use to describe this is offshoring is just another wave and it will be more important in the next decades. i think countries like china that have been relying on low wage labor to compete with more in the bulls eye of the automation su -- tsunami --. >> and your china example cun k cuneck -- connects to a qu
CSPAN
Feb 16, 2014 4:15pm EST
in china and that is where they are even more striking. because we were looking at the issues with manufacturing and employment. people think of globalization and technology been two great forces affecting the economy. the idea of manufacturing this from the united states to china. it turns out
CSPAN
Feb 10, 2014 1:49am EST
what's happening in china and other countries in there i think the story is even more striking because we were looking out some of the issues in terms of manufacturing employment and people often think of globalization and technology has been and technology is being the two great forces affecting the economy and the idea of manufacturing moving from the united states to china. it turns out that in fact manufacturing employment in china is shrinking. there are 20 million fewer people working in manufacturing today than there were in the 1990s. it's shrinking in the united states. its shrinking and all the places worldwide so it's not a matter of jobs moving from one country to another, it's jobs moving from both china and the united states to robots, to automation. the phrase andy and i used to describe this is that offshoring is just a weigh station on the road to automation and as technology accelerates it becomes even more important in the next decade than it was in the past decade. so in many ways countries like china that have been historically relying on low-wage labor to compete
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