Industrial Policy for the Manufacturing Revolution: Perspectives on Digital Globalisation

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Edward Elgar Publishing, Jun 29, 2018 - Business & Economics - 192 pages

This book offers a critical reflection on the meaning and expected impact of the fourth industrial revolution, and its implications for industrial policy. Industrial revolutions are considered not only in terms of technological progress, but also in the context of the changing relationship between market and production dynamics, and the social and political conditions enabling the development of new technologies. Industrial Policy for the Manufacturing Revolution aims to increase our capacity to anticipate and adapt to the forthcoming structural changes. A concrete illustration of this industrial policy is provided through an experience of its implementation at regional level.

 

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Contents

globalisation and the manufacturing
not just technological
The fourth industrial revolution
A concrete experiment of industrial policy for
industrial policy for the manufacturing
Index
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Patrizio Bianchi and Sandrine Labory, Department of Economics and Management, University of Ferrara, Italy

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