Contrast The Role Of Labour As A Major Factor Influencing The Nature And Location Of Industrial Activities In The Core And Peripheral Eu Regions Within A Fordist And Neo-Fordist Regime Of Capital Accumulation.

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I will then explore the nature of labour under Post-Fordist, the importance of flexibility, and the emergence of the highly skilled urban elites and cluster economies and their impact on the new geography of the EU. Fordism (1900-1975) is an organisation of production, characteristic of multi-national corporations, which requires a vast number of de-skilled or semi-skilled workers to run mass production lines and operates on a ‘just-in-case’ principal of stock accumulation in relatively closed economies...
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The economic climate in Europe began to change rapidly during the 1960’s to the 1980’s as a result of increased international competition from Japanese (with a new, highly-efficient “just-in-time” mode of production) and American firms, technological innovations, increasing cost of labour and decline in profits...
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