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Japan has had one since before the Pacific War. Germany has always had one. Britain has had one after another. Shouldn''t the United States get one?Though hotly debated throughout the 1980s, this was the wrong question, leading to years of delay and confusion. The United States already had an Industrial Policy, said Otis Graham, but one which was uncoordinated and often harmful. This policy morass, which continued in the 1990s under George Bush despite the erosion of America''s competitive position, owes much to a misunderstood history of government economic policy. Elements of both parties, but especially Reagan Republicans, have obscured our real choices with historical myths.What should the United States have done when the nation saw its industries rapidly becoming globally uncompetitive? What reforms do we need now, asks Graham, to redirect our public policies for competitive strength? Industrial policy reform is an important part of a public-private set of remedies, but it hinges upon an improved use of policy history and of historical perspective generally. He proposes an explicit if minimalist approach by the federal government that would pull together and reform our de facto industrial policies in order to equip the United States with the institutional capacity to formulate industrial interventions guided by continuous learning, strategic vision, and bipartisan participation by both labor and management.Losing Time is important reading for policy-makers, community leaders, academics involved in public policy, economics, and history, and readers generally concerned about their future. Otis Graham, Books, History, Losing Time: The Industrial Policy Debate Books>History Industrial policy reform, Otis Graham argues, is an important part of a public-private set of remedies, but it hinges upon an improved use of policy history and of historical perspective generally. He proposes an explicit if minimalist approach by the federal government that would unify and reform our de facto industrial policies in order to equip the United States with the institutional capacity to formulate industrial interventions guided by strategic vision and bipartisan participation by labor and management.

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Japan has had one since before the Pacific War. Germany has always had one. Britain has had one after another. Shouldn't the United States get one? Though hotly debated throughout the 1980s, this was the wrong question, leading to years of delay and confusion. The United States already had an Industrial Policy, said Otis Graham, but one which was uncoordinated and often harmful. This policy morass, which continued in the 1990s under George Bush despite the erosion of America's competitive position, owes much to a misunderstood history of government economic policy. Elements of both parties, but especially Reagan Republicans, have obscured our real choices with historical myths. What should the United States have done when the nation saw its industries rapidly becoming globally uncompetitive? What reforms do we need now, asks Graham, to redirect our public policies for competitive strength? Industrial policy reform is an important part of a public-private set of remedies, but it hinges upon an improved use of policy history and of historical perspective generally. He proposes an explicit if minimalist approach by the federal government that would pull together and reform our de facto industrial policies in order to equip the United States with the institutional capacity to formulate industrial interventions guided by continuous learning, strategic vision, and bipartisan participation by both labor and management. "Losing Time" is important reading for policy-makers, community leaders, academics involved in public policy, economics, and history, and readers generally concerned about their future. Losing Time: The Industrial Policy Debate Graham, Otis L., Jr. Industrial policy reform, Otis Graham argues, is an important part of a public-private set of remedies, but it hinges upon an improved use of policy history and of historical perspective generally. He proposes an explicit if minimalist approach by the federal government that would unify and reform our de facto industrial policies in order to equip the United States with the institutional capacity to formulate industrial interventions guided by strategic vision and bipartisan participation by labor and management.

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Japan has had one since before the Pacific War. Germany has always had one. Britain has had one after another. Shouldn''t the United States get one?Though hotly debated throughout the 1980s, this was the wrong question, leading to years of delay and confusion. The United States already had an Industrial Policy, said Otis Graham, but one which was uncoordinated and often harmful. This policy morass, which continued in the 1990s under George Bush despite the erosion of America''s competitive position, owes much to a misunderstood history of government economic policy. Elements of both parties, but especially Reagan Republicans, have obscured our real choices with historical myths.What should the United States have done when the nation saw its industries rapidly becoming globally uncompetitive? What reforms do we need now, asks Graham, to redirect our public policies for competitive strength? Industrial policy reform is an important part of a public-private set of remedies, but it hinges upon an improved use of policy history and of historical perspective generally. He proposes an explicit if minimalist approach by the federal government that would pull together and reform our de facto industrial policies in order to equip the United States with the institutional capacity to formulate industrial interventions guided by continuous learning, strategic vision, and bipartisan participation by both labor and management.Losing Time is important reading for policy-makers, community leaders, academics involved in public policy, economics, and history, and readers generally concerned about their future. Otis Graham, Books, History, Losing Time: The Industrial Policy Debate Books>History, Harvard

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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: HARVARD UNIV PR, 384 Seiten, L=230mm, B=155mm, H=27mm, Gew.=544gr, [GR: 27830 - TB/Volkswirtschaft], [SW: - Politics / Current Events], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: Industrial policy reform, Otis Graham argues, is an important part of a public-private set of remedies, but it hinges upon an improved use of policy history and of historical perspective generally. He proposes an explicit if minimalist approach by the federal government that would unify and reform our de facto industrial policies in order to equip the United States with the institutional capacity to formulate industrial interventions guided by strategic vision and bipartisan participation by labor and management. Industrial policy reform, Otis Graham argues, is an important part of a public-private set of remedies, but it hinges upon an improved use of policy history and of historical perspective generally. He proposes an explicit if minimalist approach by the federal government that would unify and reform our de facto industrial policies in order to equip the United States with the institutional capacity to formulate industrial interventions guided by strategic vision and bipartisan participation by labor and management.

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Industrial policy reform, Otis Graham argues, is an important part of a public-private set of remedies, but it hinges upon an improved USE of policy history and of historical perspective generally. He proposes an explicit if minimalist approach by the federal government that would unify and reform America's "de facto" industrial policies in order to equip the United States with the. Industrial policy reform, Otis Graham argues, is an important part of a public-private set of remedies, but it hinges upon an improved USE of policy history and of historical perspective generally. He proposes an explicit if minimalist approach by the federal government that would unify and reform America's "de facto" industrial policies in order to equip the United States with the institutional capacity to formulate industrial interventions guided by strategic vision and bipartisan participation by labour and management. Books, Society and Social Sciences~~Politics & Government~~Central Government, Losing Time~~Book~~9780674539358~~Otis L. Graham, , , , , , , , , ,, [PU: Harvard University Press]

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Losing Time: The Industrial Policy Debate

Industrial policy reform, Otis Graham argues, is an important part of a public-private set of remedies, but it hinges upon an improved use of policy history and of historical perspective generally. He proposes an explicit if minimalist approach by the federal government that would unify and reform our de facto industrial policies in order to equip the United States with the institutional capacity to formulate industrial interventions guided by strategic vision and bipartisan participation by labor and management.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780674539358
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0674539354
Paperback
Publishing year: 1994
Publisher: HARVARD UNIV PR
384 Pages
Weight: 0,544 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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