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Marco Bellandi and Marco Di Tommaso

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Edited by Marco R. Di Tommaso and Stuart O. Schweitzer

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Marco R. Di Tommaso and Stuart O. Schweitzer

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Stuart O. Schweitzer and Marco R. Di Tommaso

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Marco R. Di Tommaso, Daniele Paci and Stuart O. Schweitzer

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Health Policy and High-Tech Industrial Development

Learning from Innovation in the Health Industry

Edited by Marco R. Di Tommaso and Stuart O. Schweitzer

By weaving together the fields of health economics, industrial organisation and industrial development, this book describes the benefits of promoting a country’s health industry as a way of stimulating its high-technology industrial capacity. The authors illustrate that the development of a country’s health industry not only improves the country’s health status, but also promotes an industry with relatively stable, high-wage employment, creates the potential for exporting goods and services, and produces scientific spillovers that will favourably impact other high-technology industries.
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Industrial Policy in America

Breaking the Taboo

Marco R. Di Tommaso and Stuart O. Schweitzer

In contrast to what observers have frequently argued, this timely and thought provoking book suggests that the concept of industrial policy is not alien to the American past and present. The debate on this topic in the US has always been full of contradictory rhetoric and policy practices, and the expert authors therefore acknowledge a need to rethink the traditional antagonist positions. They illustrate that contemporary markets continue to demand to be fixed by government policies, and governments continue to show how fixing-the-market policies might fail. The conclusion is that the future of industrial policy is about how to make both markets and governments better in their functioning, but that the real goal for industrial policy is to make better-market and better-government policies consistent with the goal of building a better society.
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Stuart O. Schweitzer and Marco R. Di Tommaso

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Preface

Breaking the Taboo

Marco R. Di Tommaso and Stuart O. Schweitzer

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Marco R. Di Tommaso and Stuart O. Schweitzer