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Manufacturing Labor Discipline

Apprenticeship, Asymmetrical Knowledge, and Large-Scale Production in Britain and France, 1750–1820

Leonard N. Rosenband

their command over their shops and workers by creating internal labor markets. To end their dependence on worker know-how, these entrepreneurs sought to monopolize both the propositional and tacit knowledge of their trades. Accordingly, they pursued