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Ron Hira, Columbia University

rh2107@columbia.edu

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Subsidize work that helps create new industries (e.g., nanotechnology) and improve the productivity of existing industries

NBS becomes NIST – ATP, MEP and Baldridge

Subsidize commercialization of key/critical technologies

Flat panel display

Industrial policy masked as defense policy

Sematech

States engaged in industrial policy

Retraining workers

Did this happen well for steel workers?

Potential Policy Responses – 1980’s Manufacturing and Competitiveness

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