European Industrial Policy: The Twentieth-Century Experience

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INDEX
aircraft industry:
European Community450-1, 455
France66, 85
Germany443
Netherlands190
United Kingdom34, 45, 442
airlines:
France68, 81
Netherlands181
United Kingdom34
aluminium industry in the Netherlands184
Anglo-American Council on Productivity 37
Atomic Energy Centre85
autarky, see trade policy, Italy
bail-outs:
Belgium203
France92
Greece312
Italy129, 141
Spain254-5
see also nationalization
Baudin, Plan 67
Blum, L.63, 67
Bolshevik party, debate on industrialization within the 332, 338

see also Marxist-Leninist ideology and industrialization

Brezhnev, L.346
Bukharin, N.338
car industry:
Germany444
Netherlands189
United Kingdom45, 47, 444
cartels, see competition policy
CEA, see Atomic Energy Centre
Centraal Planbureau (Central Planning Agency) 182
Centre National Etudes Spatiales85
CGP, see Commissariat Général au Plan
Chamberlain, J.28
chemical industry:
Italy142
Netherlands184
civil aviation, see airlines
Clemenceau, G. B.60
Clémentel, E.62
CMEA, see Council for Mutual Economic Assistance
CNES, see Centre National Etudes Spatiales
coal mining:
Belgium203, 207
Germany108-9
multi-country comparison 257
Netherlands180, 186
Spain235, 247-8
United Kingdom33
coercion in URSS, see managerial behaviour
under Soviet command economy
Colbertism 58
Comitato per lo sviluppo dell'occupazione (committee for the development of employment) 138
Commissariat Général au Plan 76, 441
company laws:
Belgium196
UK22-3, 31, 43
competition policy 4-5
European Community440, 454-5
France83
Germany105-8
Italy133
Portugal279
Russia358
United Kingdom21, 30, 43-5, 50
competitiveness:
definition of 3
policy for:
European Community455
United Kingdom50
computer industry in France90, 442
condicionamento industrial, Portugal277-8
conservation policy, Germany103
coordinated industrial policy, Sweden164
corporazioni132
corruption 452
Council for Mutual Economic Assistance350, 362
see also trade policy, URSS
credit, see investment, support to
crowding out in Greece, see macroeconomic framework
cultural features, causes of:
geography 415
stage of development of the country 416-17
views of the elite:
atomistic vs. individualistic 417-18
consumer orientation vs. producer orientation 419
democratic vs. elitist 418-19

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents ix
  • List of Tables xiii
  • List of Figures xvi
  • 1: Industrial Policies in Europe: Introduction 1
  • References 15
  • 2: Britain: From Economic Liberalism to Socialism--And Back? 18
  • References 53
  • 3: France: The Idiosyncrasies of Volontarisme 58
  • References 94
  • 4: Germany: The Invention of Interventionism 98
  • References 118
  • 5: Italy: Stalling and Surpassing 124
  • References 146
  • 6: Sweden: The Rise and Fall of the Swedish Model 152
  • References 174
  • 7: The Netherlands: The History of an Empty Box? 177
  • References 192
  • 8: Belgium: Liberalism by Default 194
  • 9: Ireland: From Inward to Outward Policies 215
  • References 231
  • 10: Spain: Industrial Policy under Authoritarian Politics 233
  • References 263
  • 11: Portugal: Industrialization and Backwardness 268
  • References 292
  • 12: Greece: From Rent-Seeking Protectionism to Direct Intervention 295
  • References 316
  • 13: Russia: A Comparative Economic Systems Interpretation 319
  • Appendix 372
  • References 387
  • 14: A Cultural Theory of Industrial Policy 398
  • References 424
  • 15: European Industrial Policy: An Overview 426
  • References 458
  • Index 461
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