Industry

No, Adopting an Industrial Policy Doesn’t Mean We’re Emulating China Share This

Rob Atkinson | Apr 14, 2021 | China

As the Biden administration and Congress consider “industrial policy” legislation (e.g., the Endless Frontier Act, the CHIPS Act, funding for shoring up domestic supply chains, and a more robust R&D credit) it’s perhaps not surprising that many pundits, journalists, and policymakers are asking how this is any different than what China is doing. After all, […]

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America May Be Back, but Let’s Not Bring Back the Old Normal Share This

Marshall Auerback | Nov 27, 2020 | Industry

As President-elect Joe Biden has been announcing members of his new team, he has been equally prone to pass on the message to the rest of the world that “America is back”.  While some degree of international re-engagement is a good thing, let us hope that the new administration understands that simply reconstructing the old […]

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