Max Jerneck's research cited in The Atlantic
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."
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