Who Really Made Your Car? Restructuring and Geographic Change in the Auto Industry Who Really Made Your Car? Restructuring and Geographic Change in the Auto Industry
Thomas Klier and James Rubenstein
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419 pp. 2008
$40.00 cloth 978-0-88099-334-0
$20.00 paper 978-0-88099-333-3

"A magisterial, encyclopedic review of who really makes the 15,000 parts and components in your motor vehicle. More importantly, the authors examine the trends in technology, markets, and companies that will determine where future auto parts will be made and who will get the jobs in America's largest manufacturing industry: auto parts manufacturing. No one has ever done this better in terms of information, insight, and clear, entertaining prose." –Sean P. McAlinden, Vice President Research & Chief Economist, Center for Automotive Research
 
"This is the most complete documentation of the automotive supply sector that I have ever seen. Klier and Rubenstein have delineated with incredible detail every single source for every single part for every single car assembled in North America. If you have any connection to the automotive industry, you need this book." –W. Jeff Jeffery, President and CEO, IRMCO