La più grossa fabbrica di Roma. Dirigenti, tecnici e operaie alla Voxson
Through the history of Voxson, one of the main Italian electronic appliances enterprises after World War II, this book reconstructs the trend of the sector from the prosperity of the years of ‘miracolo economico’, to the crisis of the 1970s.
The voices of former workers, managers and trade union activists, outline the transformation of production lines and the factory struggles in three crucial decades of growth and decline.
The history of Voxson becomes an observatory for the study of the changes in Italian capitalism and the reasons of the marginalization of the country’s electronic business from the World’s market.
Pietrangeli, Giovanni (Author)
Publisher:Edizioni Ca' Foscari - Digital Publishing
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