With the economic crisis continuing into the 1980s, the necessity to adapt industrial structures to contemporary requirements became clear. This book, first published in 1982, is a volume unique in its coverage of the major countries, industries, and international relationships that together generate the dynamic of structural change. Case studies by industrial sector and country are provided, as well as thoughtful analysis of a broad range of issues, including protectionism, foreign investment, primary production vs processing and manufacture, energy requirements, market imperfections, employment, and the growth of interdependence.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Series:||Routledge Library Editions: International Trade Policy , #16|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||2 MB|
Table of Contents
1. Changes in the Distribution of World Production and Trade Christopher Saunders 2. Causes and Kinds of Industrial Policy John Pinder 3. The International Politics of Trade and Production in the Steel Industry Stephen Woolcock 4. Four Sectors: Textiles, Man-Made Fibres, Shipbuilding, Aircraft Geoffrey Edwards 5. Japanese Industrial Policy Takashi Hosomi and Ariyoshi Okumura 6. Past and Future Industrial Policy in the United States William Diebold, Jr. 7. Past and Present Industrial Policy in Canada William Diebold, Jr. 8. Industrial Policy, Trade Policy and European Social Democracy Wolfgang Hager 9. Industrial Policy and the International Economy John Pinder