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Industrial Policy in Developing Countries

Reconsidering the Real Sources of Export-Led Growth

by Stephen C. Smith

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Published by Economic Policy Inst .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Business/Economics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages63
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8448002M
    ISBN 100944826423
    ISBN 109780944826423
    OCLC/WorldCa24280827

      Tilman Altenburg of the German Development Institute discusses a range of issues related to industrial policy in developing countries. He is promoting his book, but that aside, he highlights some important points in the debates on industrial policy and its role in . Trade, Foreign Investment, and Industrial Policy for Developing Countries Ann Harrison, Andrés Rodríguez-Clare. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in August NBER Program(s):International Trade and Investment In this paper we explore the popular but controversial idea that developing countries benefit from abandoning policy neutrality vis-a .

      About the book - Dani Rodrik, Harvard University: "Countries that need industrial policy the most typically have the worst governance. This terrific book explicitly recognizes this difficulty, and. Introduction: Industrial policy, productive transformation and jobs 5 view of the rapid growth of labour supply in most emerging economies and devel-oping countries. Industrial policies need to be designed with a view to fostering structural transformation patterns that have the potential to accelerate the gen-.

      Not only developing countries like ones in sub-Saharan Africa but also US and UK which most of mainstream I found this book useful, especially on the first few chapters which set the stage to shed light on the prevalence (or application) of industrial policy all over the world, irrespective of development stage of each country/5. industrial policy can play an important role in promoting development. Second, there certainly are examples where industrial policy has played this role. Third, for every such example there are others where industrial policy has been a failure and may even have impeded development (though the counter-factual is complicated). Fourth, the differenceFile Size: KB.


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Industrial Policy in Developing Countries by Stephen C. Smith Download PDF EPUB FB2

Industrial Policy in Developing Countries offers an in-depth assessment of both the potentials and perils of designing and implementing policy in countries at early stages of economic development. The range of insightful case studies illustrates the key dilemma: directing economic and social development through what are often incipient and weak : $ Industrial Policy in Developing Countries: Failing Markets, Weak States.

"Industrial Policy in Developing Countries" offers an in-depth assessment of both the potentials and perils of designing and implementing industrial policy in countries at early stages of economic development.3/5.

Is a very good book that puts together a broad discussion of how industrial policy has performed all over the world, it reviews the historical perspective, reviewing in a comparative perspective Asia and Latin America, it details the case of Argentina, Brazil, India and China/5(4).

Against the backdrop of persistently high levels of poverty and inequality, critical environmental boundaries and increasing global economic interdependence, this book addresses the role and impact of industrial policies in developing countries. Accepting the. Industrial Policy in Developing Countries Against the backdrop of persistently high levels of poverty and inequality, critical environmental boundaries and increasing global economic interdependence, this book addresses the role and impact of industrial policies in developing countries.

Tilman Altenburg and Wilfried Lütkenhorst in Books from Edward Elgar Publishing Abstract: Against the backdrop of persistently high levels of poverty and inequality, critical environmental boundaries and increasing global economic interdependence, this book addresses the role and impact of industrial policies in developing by: This chapter presents a detailed comparative account of the role played by industrial policies — including innovation and technology policies, education and skill formation policies, trade policies, targeted industrial support measures, sectoral competitiveness policies, and competition-regulation policies — in spurring development and growth in developing countries.

Industrial policy in developing countries German Development Institute / Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE) 1 Summary Industrial policy is back on the agenda. It is now widely accepted that those countries that managed to catch up with the old industrialised, high-income countries are the ones whose.

A large literature focuses on developing countries whose policies often help companies to expand exports or attract foreign investment. See Harrison and Rodriguez-Clare () or Altenburg () Author: Tilman Altenburg.

This article contributes to the debate by developing a new theory of industrial policy, incorporating some issues that have been neglected so. Industrial Policies in Developing Countries: History and Perspectives Michele Di Maio Abstract This paper presents a historical and empirical account of the role played by government intervention in the form of industrial policies in spurring development and growth in developing countries in the last flfty Size: KB.

x Development and modern industrial policy in practice most complex products along the spectrum, at least to jump into sectors that offer significant chances of development, that is, to diversify and to upgrade the economy.

Fifth, developed countries used industrial policies in the past and continue to do so today, although under different names. "Rethinking industrial policy in developing countries" published on 25 Sep by Edward Elgar : Tilman Altenburg, Wilfried Lütkenhorst.

This new book combines trade policy theory with ways of measuring the effects of policy interventions and identifies the main strengths and weaknesses of Trade and Industrial Policy in Developing Countries A Manual of Policy Analysis.

Authors (view affiliations) Instruments of Trade and Industrial Policy. David Greenaway, Chris Milner. Buy Industrial Policy in Developing Countries: Failing Markets, Weak States by Tilman Altenburg, Wilfried Lütkenhorst (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Tilman Altenburg, Wilfried Lütkenhorst. The Role of Industrial Policy in Developing Countries 67 The voices gathered against “industrial policy” in the economics profession have long achieved a choral force.

For Nobel laureate Gary Becker, “the best industrial policy is none at all” (). For John Williamson, crystallizer of the WashingtonFile Size: KB. This book identifies the drivers and success factors of green industrial policy, which seeks to reconcile the synergies and trade-offs which exist between economic and environmental goals.

Greening the economy is a goal which will require enormous investment. Policy Reform in Developing Countries deals with questions of policy reforms in selected countries. This book is a collection of essays describing the application of general principles of policy reforms made in countries with an industrial base, such as Mexico, Portugal, Venezuela, Chile, the Andean Common Market, Egypt, and Korea.

One ongoing theme is that all successful industrializers, from Germany and the United States two centuries ago to Korea, Taiwan, Brazil, China, and India, have used industrial policy.

Chapter 6 (written by Yilmaz Akyuz) is particularly effective, docu- menting very high tariff rates in Great Britain, Germany, France, and the United Size: KB. INDUSTRIAL POLICY IN LDCs industry in developing countries as compared to its role and importance in the advanced economies was seen as the key manifestation of backwardness and the legacy of colonial times.

A major objective of development strategy was to increase the share of industry to 15 or 20% of total by: 6. With the exception of the Far East, many developing countries adopted the view that industrial policy resulted in inefficiency and poor economic growth.

Ample historical evidence shows that industrial policy does work, when the right technologies and industries are supported and when appropriate combinations of policy measures are Size: KB.Trade and Industrial Policy for Development: /ch This chapter looks at policies for industrialization in developing countries, considering changes that have taken place since the Second World War, includingCited by: 2.L LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1 Describe the extent of world income inequality.

2 Explain some of the main challenges facing developing countries. 3 Define the view of development known as the “Washington Consensus.” 4 Outline the current debates about development policies. CHAPTER 36W Challenges Facing the Developing Countries In the comfortable urban life of today’s developed countries File Size: KB.