Books Recommended by Noah Smith
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Can Japan Compete?
Michael E. Porter, Hirotaka Takeuchi, Mariko Sakakibara
Source: "About how Japan's legendary MITI ran off the rails in the 80s and stopped being effective. A good cautionary tale." - Noah Smith
The Rise of China´s Industrial Policy (1978 to 2020)
Source: "It explained how China's industrial policy shifted from regional to national around the time of the Great Recession." - Noah Smith
Diversity Paradox, The
Immigration and the Color Line in Twenty-First Century America
Jennifer Lee, Frank D. Bean
Source: "The best book I've read on how diversity and immigration are changing Americans' ideas about race." - Noah Smith
Did Noah Smith recommend all these books?
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