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Global progress now is being driven by high technologies in five major competitive nations, led by the U.S. and Japan. West Germany, France, and the U.K. follow, the final two trailing badly. And, says a prominent economist from Yale University, the. whole field is in need of a major rethinking, for major new tensions may lie ahead. The economist is Richard R. Nelson, who has studied the economic policies around technology for about 25 years. In a study prepared for the American Enterprise Institute, "High Technology Policies, A Five-Nation Comparison/' Nelson says these countries have yet to come to terms with the growing internationalization and military aspects of the technology race.
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