Monthly Archives: August 2010

The Latest “Debate” over “Industrial Policy”

“Goverment can’t pick winners or losers!”  If I had a dime for every time I heard this statement, I’d be a rich man.  This criticism seems to be dusted off anytime there is opposition to government economic intevention.  The latest … Continue reading

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Expanding the Reach of the Manufacturing Extension Partnership

Before heading out for its summer recess, Congress was finally paying attention to the state of US manufacturing with efforts to pass the “Make It in America” initiative.   While it’s nice to see manufacturing finally get some much needed attention, … Continue reading

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Policy Innovation on YouTube

I recently had the pleasure of sitting down with Michael Shea of Arlington Independent Media for their Policy Matters film series.   The series, which also appears on YouTube’s Policy Innovation Channel, is built around interviews with leading policy experts and … Continue reading

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