Transatlantic approaches to supporting manufacturing



Krzysztof Bledowski, Ph.D., senior economist
Europe and the U.S. have traditionally employed different philosophies regarding aiding industry, with the U.S. relying on subsidies and partnerships while European policymakers believe the state can pick winners (reserving the right to purchase companies whole or in part). Attitudes in Europe are changing, however. Policy Analysis

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