Edited by Patrizio Bianchi and Sandrine Labory
This timely and much-needed Handbook reconsiders an old topic from a fresh perspective, raising a number of new, interesting and worthwhile issues in the wake of ten years of globalization. This comprehensive analysis illustrates that old-style industrial policies whereby the government directly intervened in markets, and was often the producer itself, are no longer relevant. Structural changes occurring in economies – summarized in the term ‘globalization’ – are triggering the definition and implementation of new industrial policies. The contributors, leading experts in their field, unite to evaluate this shift of over a decade ago.
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- International Handbook on Industrial Policy
- Chapter 1: From ‘Old’ Industrial Policy to ‘New’ Industrial Development Policies
- Chapter 2: Emerging Issues in the New Economy and Globalization
- Chapter 3: European Industrial Policy
- Chapter 4: Industrial Policy in Developing Countries: What Can We Learn from East Asia?
- Chapter 5: Do Informational Service Activities Translate into New Industrial Policy Requirements?
- Chapter 6: Competition Policy and Innovation
- Chapter 7: State Aid to Business
- Chapter 8: Mergers and Concentration Policy
- Chapter 9: Liberalization and Regulation of Public Utility Sectors: Theories and Practice
- Chapter 10: State-Owned Enterprises, Privatization and Industrial Policy
- Chapter 11: Intellectual Property Rights and Market Dynamics
- Chapter 12: New Approaches to Intellectual Protection: From Open Software to Knowledge-based Industrial Activities
- Chapter 13: Science-based Industries and Spin-offs
- Chapter 14: Science Parks and High-Tech Clustering
- Chapter 15: Technology Policy and Social Policy: How Industrial Policy Applies to Health
- Chapter 16: Decentralizing Industrial Policies: Threat or Opportunity in Developing Countries?
- Chapter 17: The Local Dimensions of Industrial Policy
- Chapter 18: Business Support Policies
- Chapter 19: Small and Medium-sized Enterprise Policies in Europe, Latin America and Asia
- Chapter 20: The Genesis of Game Theory and its Role in Industrial Economics
- Chapter 21: Differential Game-Theoretical Analysis and Industrial Policy
- Chapter 22: Industrial Policy: Perspectives, Experience, Issues
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