A New Economic Policy for Britain: Essays on the Development of Industry

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Keith Cowling, Roger Sugden
Manchester University Press, 1990 - Business & Economics - 217 pages
A non-technical analysis of the sort of economic and industrial policies the Industrial Strategy Group believes Britain needs if its industry is to thrive in the 1990s. It is intended also as a contribution to the debate on the future economic and industrial policies to be adopted by the Left.

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Contents

The strategic approach to economic and industrial
6
Encouraging investment in science
35
Merger and monopoly policy Keith Cowling
72
Efficiency economic democracy and company
87
Macroeconomic policies and inflation
108
A proposal for monitoring transnational
134
ownership regulation and energy
174
a broad band cable network
192

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