De-industrialization is a process of social and economic change caused by the removal or reduction of industrial capacity or activity in a country or region, especially of heavy industry or manufacturing industry. There are different interpretations of what de-industrialization is. Many associate de-industrialization of the United States with the mass closing of automaker plants in the now so-called "Rust Belt" between 1980 and 1990. The US Federal Reserve raised interest and exchange rates beginning in 1979, and continuing until 1984, which automatically caused import prices to fall. Japan was rapidly expanding productivity during this time, and this decimated the US …



NBER: National Bureau of Economic Research · 22 November 2023 English

This paper describes an emerging literature in economics that aims to merge macro issues of structural change and growth with micro data and analysis. This literature focuses on a set …

165–204. Rodrik, D. (2016). Premature deindustrialization. Journal of Economic Growth, 21(1), 1–33

AEI: American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research · 14 November 2023 English

Workers need a growth-and-participation agenda to grow the economy and use some of the surplus to create on-ramps of opportunity for all, helping more people participate more fully in economic …

”8 In addition to being concerned about deindustrialization and manufacturing jobs moving overseas,

UNU WIDER: United Nations University World Institute for Development Economics Research · 14 November 2023 English

WIDER Working Paper 2023/138-Sectoral shifts and labour market outcomes in sub-Saharan Africa

Rodrik (2016a) argues that significant deindustrialization has taken place in recent decades both in lesser extent in Asia). This ‘premature deindustrialization’ lowers employment and value-added shares change. Indeed ‘Dutch disease’ is a story of deindustrialization after the discovery of oil (van der Ploeg 1093/jae/ejw027 Rodrik, D. (2016b). ‘Premature Deindustrialization’. Journal of Economic Growth, 21(1): 1–33

HBS: Heinrich Boll Foundation · 14 November 2023 English

Value Addition in the Context of Mineral Processing E-PAPER Study Value Addition in the Context of Mineral Processing BY SOPHIA PICKLES A publication commissioned by the Heinrich Böll Foundation, November …

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Cato Institute · 9 November 2023 English

The trade deficit is the amount by which the value of a country’s imports exceeds the value of its exports during a given period, such as one calendar year or …

CATO INSTITUTE The Reality of American “Deindustrialization” by Colin Grabow, Globalization: Then and

IGCC: UC Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation · 8 November 2023 English

(2006, 2008), the mobilization of the group of “losers” by parties of the new populist right and by transformed established parties of the liberal and conservative right has provided the …

protections for vulnerable populations as deindustrialization (Broz, Frieden, and Weymouth 2021) and globalization

World Bank Group · 6 November 2023 English

This report aims to contribute to our understanding of the relationship between technology, economic growth, and equity by analyzing the impact of technological progress on firm-level productivity, market concentration, and …

to be associated with secular trends of deindustrialization and the computerization of routine cognitive

Cato Institute · 30 October 2023 English

By any relevant measure, the U.S. manufacturing sector is a dynamo. Retreating from globalized supply chains can threaten that success. Colin Grabow details the evidence.

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NBER: National Bureau of Economic Research · 26 October 2023 English

Supply chain problems, previously relegated to specialized journals, now appear in G7 Leaders’ Communiqués. Our paper looks at three core elements of the problems: measurement of the links that expose …

intermediate goods production to China, or US deindustrialization, or Chinese industrialization. In other sectors

GDP Center: BU: Global Development Policy Center · 25 October 2023 English

This effort should consider anticipated Governance for changes in the growth of the renewable energy manufacturing and deployment sec- Development and Risk tors in China, the speed of its energy …

Forest Trends. Rodrik, Dani. 2015. “Premature Deindustrialization.” NBER Working Paper 20935. Cambridge, MA:

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