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Annual Manufacturing Review: 2019

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Douglas S. Thomas
This report provides an overview of the US manufacturing industry. There are three aspects of US manufacturing that are considered: (1) how the US industry

Annual Manufacturing Review: 2018

Author(s)
Douglas S. Thomas
This annual report characterizes US innovation and industrial competitiveness in manufacturing. It includes tracking domestic manufacturing activity and its

An Examination of National Supply-Chain Flow Time

Author(s)
Douglas S. Thomas, Anand M. Kandaswamy
The US and other national governments invest in research and development to spur competitiveness in their domestic manufacturing industries. However, there are

Annual Manufacturing Review: 2017

Author(s)
Douglas S. Thomas
The purpose of this report is to characterize US innovation and industrial competitiveness in manufacturing. It includes tracking domestic manufacturing

The Costs and Losses of Wildfires

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Douglas S. Thomas, David T. Butry, Stanley W. Gilbert, David H. Webb, Juan F. Fung
This report enumerates all possible costs of wildfire management and wildfire-related losses. It, further, compiles estimates or proposes methods for estimating

Under-Reporting of Wildland Fires in NFIRS: California

Author(s)
David T. Butry, Douglas S. Thomas
The absence of a comprehensive database on fire occurrence along with the possibility of inaccurate data entry in current datasets means that some proportion of

Economics of Additive Manufacturing

Author(s)
Douglas S. Thomas
There are three aspects to the economics of additive manufacturing. The first involves measuring the size of additive manufacturing. This includes measuring the

Annual Manufacturing Report

Author(s)
Douglas S. Thomas
The purpose of this report is to track domestic manufacturing activity and its supply chain in order to develop a quantitative depiction of U.S. manufacturing