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Rival Capitalists

International Competitiveness in the United States, Japan, and Western Europe

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Rival Capitalists by Jeffrey Hart
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Great Britain, France, Germany, and Japan. Surveying the development of the steel, automobile, and semiconductor industries in each of these countries, Jeffrey A. Hart illuminates the role of national policy in a changing world. Hart describes the global structure of production and consumption in the five major capitalist countries and offers a rich comparative history of their industrial policymaking. He concludes that variations in statesocietal arrangements-and the impact these differences have on the creation and diffusion of new technologies-provide the best explanation for divergences in international competitiveness. In Japan, state and business are allied, but labor is marginalized, whereas in Germany, labor and business are allied, and the state is decentralized. Yet both countries have become increasingly competitive because they have developed institutional mechanisms for technology diffusion. France's state-led system, in contrast, is linked with only moderate competitiveness. The decline of competitiveness in the United States and Britain, Hart concludes, may be attributed to state-societal arrangements that have allowed one actor-labor in Britain, business in the United States-to dominate policymaking. Rival Capitalists will be an invaluable source for policymakers and business analysts as well as scholars and students of political economy, international relations, industrial organization, industrial sociology, and comparative politics.

Author Biography

Jeffrey A. Hart is Professor of Political Science at Indiana University.
Release date NZ
November 5th, 1992
Author
Country of Publication
United States
Illustrations
35 charts and graphs
Imprint
Cornell University Press
Pages
328
Dimensions
156x235x17
ISBN-13
9780801499494
Product ID
1821525

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