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Politiques industrielles pour l'Europe

  • Cohen, Elie
  • Lorenzi, Jean-Hervé
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    Le rapport étudie la situation de l'Union européenne, comparée à celle des Etats-Unis, en matière de politique industrielle et d'innovation, notamment dans les technologies de l'information, de la communication et de la biologie ; il fait le point sur les politiques industrielles menées en Europe, remarque le décrochage par rapport aux Etats-Unis, en termes de spécialisation industrielle, de recherche-développement, d'innovation et de brevets, de renouvellement du tissu industriel. Il propose trois scénarios de convergence canalisée, de politiques horizontales de compétitivité ou d'action volontariste. La discussion du rapport analyse les différents éléments qui contribuent à l'innovation et au développement technologique : relations entre politiques concurrentielle, commerciale et technologique, dispositif et financement d'appui à la recherche dévoloppement, propriété intellectuelle et brevets, investissements internationaux et stratégie de localisation des grandes firmes, situation dans les technologies de l'information et dans les biotechnologies, politique industrielle en France et apports de la géographie économique.

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    Paper provided by Paris Dauphine University in its series Economics Papers from University Paris Dauphine with number 123456789/131.

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    Date of creation: Jan 2000
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    Publication status: Published in Rapports du Conseil d'Analyse Economique, 2000
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