English, Article edition: NATIONAL SECURITY AND INDUSTRIAL POLICY: THE NEED FOR A PUBLIC CHOICE PERSPECTIVE JAMES LEHMAN; THOMAS D. WILLETT

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  • NATIONAL SECURITY AND INDUSTRIAL POLICY: THE NEED FOR A PUBLIC CHOICE PERSPECTIVE
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  • JAMES LEHMAN
  • THOMAS D. WILLETT
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  • This paper argues that the issues raised by the industrial policy debate are as much political as they are economic. There is every reason to believe that, without substantial reform of political institutions, efforts to administer a rational new industrial policy would soon degenerate into the type of inconsistent morass of special-interest-generated policies which industrial policy advocates rightfully criticize as our de facto set of industrial policies. Copyright 1986 Western Economic Association International.
  • RePEc:bla:coecpo:v:4:y:1986:i:1:p:36-47
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