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Max Jerneck's research cited in The Atlantic

CSR researcher Max Jerneck cited in Robinson Meyer article "Why America Doesn’t Really Make Solar Panels Anymore", in The Atlantic, explaining the importance of solar industry from a historic perspective.

In a comment on the Biden administration's plans to revitalize American high tech manufacturing, The Atlantic's Robinson Meyer warns that science policy alone won't be enough - there is also a need for industrial policy. The U.S. outspends most other countries in R&D but is still falling behind. He uses the solar industry as a historical example, in a section that he describes as "indebted to my reading and talking with Max Jerneck, a researcher at the Stockholm School of Economics who has documented the history of solar energy in the U.S. and Japan." 

Find full article here "Why America Doesn’t Really Make Solar Panels Anymore"

 

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