American States and the Industrial Policy Debate
The current popular debate over industrial policy tends to be Indifferent to the possible relevance of economic policies in American states. The states are not only very active in this arena through their Industrial and economic development efforts, but also have untapped potential for influencing business decisions. As an integral part of the Amerlcan economic policy arena, states cannot and should not be ignored by industrial policy advocates. Some constitutional, policy, and programmatlc implications of this point are briefly discussed.
Review of Policy Research
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
Dubnlck, M. (1984), AMERICAN STATES AND THE INDUSTRIAL POLICY DEBATE. Review of Policy Research, 4: 22–27. doi: 10.1111/j.1541-1338.1984.tb00156.x