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Chemicals and Long-term Economic Growth free pdf No modern nation has ever become an industrial powerhouse without a strong chemical industry. "Chemicals and Long-Term Economic Growth" uses fascinating historical examples to reveal why certain countries excel in certain areas but falter in others. The book also shows how the chemical industry can continue to grow and prosper. "Chemicals and Long-Term Economic Growth" will appeal to both chemists and engineers curious about the business aspects and history of their industry, and to business and finance professionals interested in learning what it takes to make an industry successful for the long term. The book will help both scientists running small chemical companies and non-chemist managers of large corporations to make sound judgements based on the economic history of the chemical industry.

About Ashish Arora

ASHISH ARORA, PhD, received his PhD in economics from Stanford University in 1992 and is currently Assistant Professor of Economics and Public Policy at the Heinz School, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh. His research focuses on the economics of technological change, management of technology, and technology policy. RALPH LANDAU, ScD, was the cofounder, in 1946, and CEO of Halcon--Scientific Design Group, a prominent innovator in the chemical industry. He is a consulting professor of economics at Stanford University and a Research Fellow at Harvard's Kennedy School. In 1985, he received the National Medal of Technology. He has also received the Perkin Medal (1981) and the Othmer Medal (1997). He was recently named one of Chemical

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Author : Ashish Arora
Publisher : John Wiley
Data Published : 13 May 1998
ISBN : 0471182478
EAN : 9780471182474
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 564 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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