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Commissioned Papers of the Panel "Determinants of Market Share in International Semicon- ductor Markets," by M. Therese Flaherty, Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Business Administration, Harvard University n Industrial Policies and International Competition in High Technology Industries, n by Richard R. Nelson, Director, Institution for Social and Policy Studies, Yale University n International Competition in High Tech Industries: A Framework for Discussion, by Carl Kaysen, David W. Skinner Professor of Political Economy and Director, Program in Science, Technology & Society, Massachusetts Institute of Technology "Making U.S. Trade Policy: Government Organization, Politics, and Interest Groups--A Survey," by Harold P. Luks, International Trade Consultant "Picking Winners: Who Wins?n, by William Nordhaus, Professor of Economics, Yale University "A Presentation to the Panel on Advanced Technology Competition," by Robert A. Swanson, President, Genentech, Inc. "Technological Innovation and Industrial Competition," by William Perry, Partner, Hambrecht & Quist (Former Under Secretary for Research and Engineering, Department of Defense) "U.S. Technological Leadership and Foreign Competition: De Te Fabula Narratur?", by Nathan Rosenberg, Professor of Economics, Stanford University 67
OCR for page 67
68 "U.S. Trade Policy and Industrial Policies: Separate Issues but Related Problems Regarding U.S. International Competitiveness," by Harold P. Luks, International Trade Consultant (Photocopies of the commissioned papers of the Panel on Advanced Technology and the Industrialized Allies are available from the Office of International Affairs, National Academy of Sciences, 2101 Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20418.)