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Industrial Policies And Economic Integration

Author: Patrizio Bianchi
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134750579
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This volume examines what industrial policies are, and what role they play in the context of European integration. It provides a clear analysis of the process of integration from the Treaty of Rome to the Maastricht Treaty and beyond. Key issues covered include: * the theory of economic integration * policies to create a single market * the role of European Community institutions * policies to guarantee and promote market competition * policies of industrial development and innovation Industrial Policies of Economic Integration develops a new range of policies, aimed at allowing a new common market to enter the global marketplace effectively. This volume will be essential reading for students of European economics and policy makers interested in economic integration.

Industrial Policy In Europe

Author: Keith Cowling
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134628498
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After a decade or more of privatisation and deregulation there is a growing consensus that government can have a positive role in promoting industrial development. This book explores a variety of ways in which this might be made to happen. A common theme is the need for participation at the appropriate level: too often industrial policy has been hampered by overcentralised decision-making. Containing contributions by some of Europe's leading industrial economists, Industrial Policy for Europe covers subjects from small business to macroeconomics.

Economics Of Structural And Technological Change

Author: Cristiano Antonelli
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134716621
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Technology has long been seen as a path to economic growth. However there is considerable debate about the exact nature of this relationship. Economics of Structural and Technological Change employs a wide range of theoretical and applied approaches to explore the concept of technological change. The book begins with a series of in-depth discussions of the economic analysis of technological change. The second section contains a discussion of theoretical models of technological change, focusing on issues such as time and innovation. The third section brings together a number of applied analyses of technological change and examines the effect of factors such as human resource constraints, patenting and science and technology indicators.

International Handbook On Industrial Policy

Author: P. Bianchi
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN: 1847201547
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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. Employing various empirical and methodological approaches with a strong theoretical underpinning, this world-wide study of the state-of-the-art of industrial policy issues is an invaluable reference tool. It has been enthusiastically received by a wide-ranging audience including scholars, researchers and policy makers with an interest in industrial economics and policy, business studies and policies for growth, competitiveness and development.

Industrial Policy Beyond The Crisis

Author: David Bailey
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 131797901X
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After years of official disrepute, industrial policy (IP) is back in vogue at regional, national and international levels driven by concerns over competitiveness, globalisation, de-industrialisation, unemployment and the comparatively slow growth of the EU economy especially in this post-recession phase. At the same time, IP has been seen as a catalyst for designing economic recovery strategies at regional, national and international levels, as well as being a concerted strategy to develop new ‘clean-tech’ industries to tackle environmental challenges. If anything, the recent global recession and credit crunch have highlighted the fragility of some states’ and localities’ economic development paths and the unbalanced nature of their economies, in terms of an over-reliance on sectors such as retail, financial services, and construction, to the detriment of manufacturing. This also suggests an accompanying need for greater economic diversity so as to avoid over-dependencies on certain sectors, and a better balance of ownerships forms. But what should be the shape of IP in the wake of the crisis and how can IP rebalance economies, help support sustainable development and catalyse new technologies and innovations whilst learning lessons from past experience and debate? This edited volume examines these questions through a wide range of diverse contributions from expert international authors. This book was originally published as a special issue of Policy Studies.

Unemployment In Europe

Author: Jonathan Michie
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ISBN: 9780124940659
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This book considers the policies needed to combat unemployment in Europe. One of the key developments-politically, socially, and economically-of the late 1980s and early 1990s was the formulation of proposals and policies for the further integration of the European Community, first with the Single European Act and the 1992 process, and now with the Maastricht Treaty's proposals for moving to a single currency by the end of the century. Alongside this, Britain has experienced its longest recession since the 1930s, and Europe generally seems set for economic stagnation and mass unemployment through the 1990s. These economic developments have made the Maastricht Treaty inadequate at best, and as Jacques Delors and others have publicly acknowledged, the need for the rest of the 1990s will be for policies to tackle unemployment. These cannot be limited to 'labor market' policies-positive fiscal and industrial policies are also required. It is these policies for growth and tackling unemployment which the book analyses.

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