Quantifying the Value of Place-based Exchange within a Global Production Network

Quantifying the Value of Place-based Exchange within a Global Production Network
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Lukas Brun | Bill Lester

The household furniture industry in central North Carolina provided a critical manufacturing base for the American South in the early twentieth century and ultimately encompassed a network of firms throughout the Southeastern United States. At its zenith in the 1980's, the household furniture industry employed over 90,000 workers in North Carolina.

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