Industrial Policy for Development
Naudé, Wim and Szirmai, Adam (2013). Industrial Policy for Development. United Nations University.
Author Naudé, Wim
Title Industrial Policy for Development Publication Date 2013-01-15 Place of Publication Helsinki Publisher United Nations University Pages 7 Language eng Abstract New challenges and emerging paradigms have turned industrialization and industrial policy into one of the most hotly debated and interesting issues of the early twenty- first century. Both the role of manufac - turing in economic development and the contributions of industrial policy are con - tested. In this Policy Brief we argue that the economic development of emerging economies still requires a type of indus - trialization that can deliver high-quality employment, that is aligned with the inter - national division of labour, and that would not lead to autarky, or a reversal of global gains in establishing openness in trade. Industrial policy can make valuable con - tributions in this regard if the lessons of the past and the challenges of the future are sufficiently taken into consideration. Copyright Holder United Nations University Copyright Year 2013 Copyright type Creative commons ISSN 1814802 ISBN 9789280831
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