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Manufacturing based in homes rather than in a factory, commonly found before the Industrial Revolution.
a highly organized and specialized system for organizing industrial production and labor, named after the automobile producer Henry Ford; uses assembly line production of standardized components
Transformed how goods are produced in a society and the way people obtain food, clothing, and shelter
An industry for which labor costs make up a high percentage of total expenses.
Factories built by US companies in Mexico near the US border to take advantage of much lower labor costs in Mexico.
New international division of labor
Selective transfer of skilled jobs in MDCs to LDCs that still allow skilled jobs to exist in MDCs.
More flexible work rules allowing relatively skilled workers to master a wider variety of assignments .
Southeastern states, have laws preventing a union and company from negotiating a contract that requires workers to join a union.
Location factor that involves transporting materials to and from a factory. A form seeks to minimize the cost of transporting to the factory and finished goods to the customers.
A location factor that results from the unique characteristics of a location. Land, labor, and capital are the three traditional production factors that may vary among locations.
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