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Technological Competition And Interdependence: The Search For Policy In The United States, West Germany, And Japan

Technological Competition And Interdependence: The Search For Policy In The United States, West Germany, And Japan

Edited by Gunter Heiduk and Kozo Yamamura

University of Washington Press, 1991, 255 pp.

In these very interesting papers a diverse group of people argue with a mixture of agreements and differences about the state of technology in Germany, Japan and the United States. A good bit of attention focuses on which government policies (if any) have major effects compared to the internationalization of science and the policies and aptitudes of enterprises.