Governments And Corporations In A Shrinking World: Trade And Innovation Policies In The United States, Europe And Japan

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Governments And Corporations In A Shrinking World: Trade And Innovation Policies In The United States, Europe And Japan

By Sylvia Ostry
Council on Foreign Relations Press, 1990
122 pp. $14.95
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As the first Volvo distinguished visiting fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, Ostry, a former high Canadian official, explores some of the increasingly complicated relations of government and business in the industrial world. Along with some general observations that challenge existing ideas and practice, her stimulating study sets out quite concrete recommendations for new measures to deal with antidumping rules and the many ways governments try to encourage innovation in industry.

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