Suzanne Berger

Suzanne Berger

Advisory Board and Researcher, IPC

Suzanne Berger is the John M. Deutch Institute Professor of Political Science at MIT. She works in comparative politics and political economy. Her current activities include continuing research on the analysis of the globalization strategies of Asian, American and European firms at the MIT Industrial Performance Center (the first results of which have been published in How We Compete (2005); new research on the localization of research, development, and manufacturing in Ile-de-France; and comparative analysis of political responses to the first globalization (1870-1914).

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The Puzzle of the Missing Robots, MIT, 2022

Advanced Technology, Advanced Training, Initiative for Knowledge & Innovation in Manufacturing, 2021

Making in America, MIT Press, 2013

Historic Imbalances and Great Debates: Do the Economists See It Coming?, IPC, 2006

Global Taiwan: Building Competitive Strengths in a New International Economy, M.E. Sharpe, 2005

How We Compete: What Companies Around the World are Doing to Make It in Today's Global Economy, Doubleday, 2005

French Democracy Without Borders?, IPC, 2001

Il Caso Italiano and Globalization, 2000

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