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Addresses the globalization of commerce and the problems of US business in competing with other companies worldwide, approaching these problems from the standpoint of how American corporations can develop business alliances with corporations rather than competing with them.
MARTIN K. STARR is a Professor at the Columbia Business School as well as Director of the Center for Operations based there. He has authored, co-authored, or edited nearly 100 books and articles on such topics as production systems, product design, and interactions between marketing and operations.