Mission: The corporation is organized to conduct research, study, analyze, educate, and advocate to the public and public officials regarding how american automaker business practices affect the economic interests, jobs, and national security of the united states.
Programs: Our program service accomplishments and purpose is to promote jobs, r&d, and infrastructure investment by giving consumers and public officials clear comparisons of how much each automaker contributes to our economy. We believe millions of consumers care about these issues, but they do not have an easy way to get the facts. We further believe that public officials are more likely to promote our economic competitiveness if they are more informed in how various public policies (including trade policy, health care policy, and currency policy) affect u. S. Employment, r&d, and infrastructure investment. Level field releases periodic studies exploring how "domestic content" translates into u. S. Jobs; one focusing on whether recent job cuts and growing globalization of auto assembly has made notions of "made in america" obsolete. In addition, level field produces and updates approximately 40 different automaker "scorecards," which compare specific automakers against one another in terms of jobs, u. S. Jobs, u. S. Assembly plants, domestic content and other factors. We have also provided research on the importance of auto-related r&d to our economy - and which companies do more of their auto r&d here in the u. S. Level field distributes its research through our website, e-newsletters, press events, media outreach and community events.
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