000 02616cam a2200301 i 4500
001 on1145433747
003 OCoLC
005 20210309101422.0
007 ta
008 210305s2020 enka b 001 0 eng c
020 _a0198862423 (hardback)
020 _a9780198862420 (hardback)
035 _a(OCoLC)1145433747
050 _aHD3611
_b.O947 2020
245 0 4 _aThe Oxford handbook of industrial policy /
_cedited by Arkebe Oqubay ... [et al.].
250 _a1st ed.
260 _aOxford :
_bOxford University Press,
300 _axxvi, 954 p. :
490 1 _a[Oxford handbooks]
504 _aIncludes bibliographical references and indexes.
520 _aIndustrial policy has long been regarded as a strategy to encourage sector-, industry-, or economy-wide development by the state. It has been central to competitiveness, catching up, and structural change in both advanced and developing countries. It has also been one of the most contested perspectives, reflecting ideologically inflected debates and shifts in prevailing ideas. There has lately been a renewed interest in industrial policy in academic circles and international policy dialogues, prompted by the weak outcomes of policies pursued by many developing countries under the direction of the Washington Consensus (and its descendants), the slow economic recovery of many advanced economies after the 2008 global financial crisis, and mounting anxieties about the national consequences of globalization. 0The Oxford Handbook of Industrial Policy presents a comprehensive review of and a novel approach to the conceptual and theoretical foundations of industrial policy. The Handbook also presents analytical perspectives on how industrial policy connects to broader issues of development strategy, macro-economic policies, infrastructure development, human capital, and political economy. By combining historical and theoretical perspectives, and integrating conceptual issues with empirical evidence drawn from advanced, emerging, and developing countries, The Handbook offers valuable lessons and policy insights to policymakers, practitioners and researchers on developing productive transformation, technological capabilities, and international competitiveness. It addresses pressing issues including climate change, the gendered dimensions of industrial policy, global governance, and technical change.
650 4 _95719
_aIndustrial policy.
700 1 _9814900
_aOqubay, Arkebe.
830 0 _9663358
_aOxford handbooks.
942 _2lcc
997 _aRP
999 _c715645