Capital & Class. - 1980. - Issue 11 by Conference of Socialist Economists

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1974, Labour and Monopoly Capital, Monthly Review Press, New York . , a) 1976, Science, Technique et Capital, Seuil, Paris . b) 1979, L'Atelier et le Chronometre . Essai sur la production de Masse, Editions Bourgeois, Paris . , 1972,Design of Jobs, Penguin Books, London . , 1972, Experiences en vue d'une organisation plus humaine du travail industriel, Documentation Francaise . , 1975, 'Travail en equipes, travail a la chaine', Economie et Statistique No. 73, December . , 1978, Le Travail Enchaine, Seuil, Paris .

Better still, if one considers it from the point of view of the realisation of value, one might say that these innovations may provide yet further increases in the productivity of labour . Management reports on this subject are very illuminating. B Management assessments of the new assembly line 1 . The assembly of front suspensions at RNUR, Le Mans factory [5] Here is the `assessment' comparing the efficiency of the different types of assembly experimented with in this plant : THE THREE MODES OF ASSEMBLY AT THE RENAULT-LE MANS FACTORY 1 .

But a better adaptation of production to the market and to its variations could be seen in a mass-production plant . At the Choisy le Roi engine plant, organisation into `groups' allowed it to cope, with all the flexibility which could be hoped for, with seasonal variations, and with those related to the nature of the product . ) In industries which are based on the continual launching of new 42 CAPITAL & CLASS 11 products (even if the variations are minimal), where competition is based more on the product than on the costs, it is this concern-to obtain a flexible arrangement, able to adapt itself rapidly to variations in the market- which is most frequently at the root of reconstructions of the assembly line .

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