While some scholars see the development of the global workplace as a relatively new phenomenon born of companies’ growing technical ability to move work to different sites, historians such as Jefferson Cowie and David Koistinen argue that the pattern of “deindustrialization” was established many decades ago. They point to incidences when manufacturers relocated production from the U.S. North to the U.S. South before ultimately moving production overseas. This module’s discussion asks you to wrestle with this longer context.
Reply to the following questions:
In what ways does moving production from the North to the South within the United States resemble the later development of the global workplace? How is it different?
How does the process of globalization as presented by Koistinen differ from that presented by Friedman?
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