Bradley W. Lane, Natalie Messer-Betts, Devin Hartmann, Sanya Carley, Rachel M. Krause and John D. Graham
Government Promotion of the Electric Car: Risk Management or Industrial Policy?
|European Journal of Risk Regulation 2/2013: pp. 227-245 |
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There are two prominent motivations for why governments seek to promote the electric
car: risk management and industrial policy. This article provides operational definitions of
these two motivations and uses them to characterize the public policies of six political jurisdictions:
California, China, the European Union, France, Germany, and the United States.
The article finds that while the European Union is focused primarily on risk management,
China, Germany and the United States are primarily engaged in industrial policy. California
and France are intermediate cases with a substantial blend of industrial policy and
risk management. Future research into the ramifications of industrial policy for liberalized
international trade is recommended.
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Brussels - Living amongst Eurocrats
30 March 2011, 18.30 pm @ European Parliament
For one year, Martin Leidenfrost explored Europe’s capital and wrote fifty
personal – tender, alienated, mischievous – portraits.
“Entertaining, amusing, insightful.” The Gap