International Friction and Cooperation in High-Technology Development and Trade: Papers and Proceedings
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  • Industry and Labor — Economics

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394 pages | 6 x 9
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ISBN: 978-0-309-05729-5
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Table of Contents

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Front Matter i-xvi
I. Introduction 1-8
II. Proceedings 9-10
Welcome 11-12
Introductions by Project Co-Chairs 13-15
The End of the Endless Frontier 16-24
The Multilateral System and National Economic Strategies 25-45
Regional Cooperation in Core Technologies: The Case of Airbus 46-61
Luncheon Address: International Competition for High-Technology Industry and the Multilateral Trading System 62-70
National Policies in Support of High-Technology Industry 71-88
From Conflict to Cooperation: Trade in Semiconductors 89-106
Foreign Direct Investment Restrictions: Consequences for Trade and Technology 107-118
Second Day's Welcome 119-119
Introduction 120-120
Opening Address 121-129
Dual-Use Technologies and National Security 130-152
Research, Economic Growth, and Competitiveness 153-167
International Cooperation and Market Access in Telecommunications 168-180
Participation in National Technology Development Programs 181-197
Public and Private Programs and International Cooperation 198-215
Strategic Alliances Among Private Firms 216-229
Concluding Remarks 230-236
III. Project Papers 237-238
The Concept of National Economic Strategy 239-266
Japan: The Philosophy of Government Support for Information Technology 267-277
Asymmetries in National Patterns of Foreign Direct Investment: Consequences for Trade and Technology Development 278-303
Technology Issues in the International Trading System 304-324
Dumping: Still a Problem in International Trade 325-377
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National Research Council. International Friction and Cooperation in High-Technology Development and Trade: Papers and Proceedings. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press, 1997.

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