Japan's High Technology Industries: Lessons and Limitations of Industrial Policy ebook
by Hugh Patrick,Larry Meissner
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By Larry Meissner, Hugh Patrick. By Larry Meissner, Hugh Patrick. public policy debate and formulation, which has at times resulted in more heat than light.
Presents case studies of how North American, Asian, and Oceanic governments have intervened to help ailing industries, and the impact their actions have had on the industry, the country's economy, and the growth of free trade. The primary goal is to find alternatives to knee-jerk import controls.
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Larry Meissner, Hugh T. Patrick. Earl H. Kinmonth, Hugh T. Malcolm J. Presents case studies of how North American, Asian, and Oceanic governments have intervened to help ailing industries, and the impact their actions have had on the industry, the country's economy. More).
This excellent book throws a good deal of light on what the Japanese do about biotechnology, communications and other high-tech industries, and how they do it. The authors are not fully in agreement about which measures are most responsible for which results, but their broad and subtle analyses help readers to understand important differences between the United States and Japan.
He served as one of the four American members of the binational Japan-United States Economic Relations Group appointed by President Carter and Prime Minister Ohira from 1979 to 1981. Reviving Japan's Economy: Problems and Prescriptions (2005) Coauthor(s): Hugh Patrick, David Weinstein, Takatoshi Ito. More Information.
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