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Title: The rationale for industrial and innovation policy
Keywords: public policies
industrial policy
intellectual property
international trade
secondary sector
commercial policy
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Escola Nacional de Administração Pública (Brasil)
Abstract: The evolution of industries in the last two centuries in all countries has been closely supported by a wide range of public policies addressing the patterns of capital accumulation, trade rules, the organisation of markets, innovative efforts and the process of knowledge creation and diffusion. Specific institutions have been created supporting such developments and have played a key role in economic growth. The protection of infant industries, the definition of trade and intellectual property regimes, the distribution of rents and the coherence with macroeconomic policies are key elements of such policies. The current challenges of industrial and innovation policies are discusses in the light of recent experiences in emerging countries.
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Appears in Collections:Revista do Serviço Público: de 2011 a 2020

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