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CSPAN
Aug 18, 2015 5:20pm EDT
insource many manufacturing jobs in response to china. so ikea opens up a manufacturer plan for furniture. where? right in the heart of the border. sim plame writ -- the same place written off for the capacity to build furniture and told you have to do different things because your life as a furniture person is over because robots as co-workers an automation, you can compete on a footing and we've seeing that insourcing across the country. they are coming back. they are not the same labor as intensive but that is still net positive. and the third opinion is the democracy of entrepreneurship is the most exciting thing i've seen because in the same new york -- north carolina-virginia border, there were grandparents working in textiles and now they're building designs for clothing that can be 3-d prints or the intellectual property can be transmitted over the international all over the -- internet all over the world and they creating value in that market and they can plug in because of the capital and information. so i'm fired up about the impact this is going to have over the next
CSPAN
Apr 5, 2015 5:55am EDT
some evidence of this. china think about the question -- is useful to think about all the cross-country studies that have been on -- done on this. there is increasing evidence that countries that are successful are precisely those countries that have the successful productivity enhancing reallocation so that countries that are not doing well our countries in which they have lots of dispersion of productivity and not able to get resources to the most productive businesses. it is accident harder -- it is actually been harder and we know that countries are different in the business markets and labor regulations. we are pretty convinced that this matters a lot in terms of whether a country is successful or not. we struggled a lot more finding cross-country evidence of finding exactly what the causes associated with why this country seems to have a bad environment relative to the others. the one view that we take in the macro development community is to think about this like a death by thousand types. lots of little things. do not look for one big thing. i do not think there is any e
CSPAN
Apr 5, 2015 4:45am EDT
labor intensity and can in-source jobs back at faster rate in response to china. so ikea opens up a manufacturing plant for furniture. where? right in the heart of that north carolina-virginia border, the same place that was written off for its capacity to build furniture and was being told, in the neighborhood you have to do , different things because your life as a furniture person is over. all of a sudden, because of robots as co-workers automation, you can actually compete on a more effective footing. we're seeing that in-sourcing trend now all across the country. manufacturing jobs are coming back. they're not the same labor intensity as they were when they were previously here, but that's still net positive. i would say the third observation, if i had any, is this democrization of entrepreneurship is pretty much the most exciting thing i've seen. in that same north carolina-virginia border, there are people who used to have parents and grandparents work in textiles as well. now, they're building designs for clothing that can be 3d printed or their intellectual property can be
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