This unique volume contains a powerful set of recommendations on issues at the center of international discussions on investment, trade, and technology policy. They take into account the globalization of industrial activity and the special characteristics of high-technology industries while recognizing the continued policy role of national governments.
The book identifies the rationale for promotional measures for high-technology industries, delineates sources of friction among the leading industrial countries, and proposes policies to enhance international cooperation and strengthen the multilateral trading regime.
This volume also examines the factors driving collaboration among otherwise competing firms and national programs, highlights the need to develop principles of equitable public and private international cooperation, and emphasizes the linkage between investment, government procurement, and other trade policies and prospects for enhanced international cooperation.
Table of Contents
|III Steering Committee Policy Recommendations and Findings||5-8|
|IV NRC Summary Report on the Project - FOREWORD TO THE NRC SUMMARY REPORT||9-11|
|Sources of Friction and Cooperation in High-Technology Industries||12-71|
|System Integration and System Friction: New Challenges in Trade Policy||72-95|
|Different National Investment Regimes and Their Consequences||96-120|
|Main Points of the Summary Report||121-130|
|Supplements to the Summary Report||131-172|
|V National Technology Policies and International Friction: Theory, Evidence, and Policy Options||187-205|
|Approaches to Conflict Resolution: Agenda for Action||206-236|
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