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Chemical Heritage Fdn.
Chemicals and Long-Term Economic Growth
Ashish Arora (ed); Ralph Landau (ed); Nathan Rosen
The chemical industry has been one of the world’s best managed and most consistently successful bus. performers for 150 years. Now, drawing together 14 economics and industry experts, this book presents an extensive study of this industry in order to uncover the secrets behind this remarkable track record. It examines: The role of science, innovation, technology, and org. in creating econ. growth and profits; Chemical industry growth in Germany, U.K., the U.S., and Japan, incl. an analysis of relative strengths and weaknesses; The impact of macroecon., legal and financial institutions, corp. finance, and other policies and institutions on the behavior of chemical co.; The principle of comparative advantage -- why certain ind. excel in certain areas.
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