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Industry Studies Association Webinar Series | Identifying and Supporting Industries of the Future

  • 1.  Industry Studies Association Webinar Series | Identifying and Supporting Industries of the Future

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    Industry Studies Association's Webinar Series Presents:

    "Identifying and Supporting Industries of the Future"

    Dear Colleagues:

    I'm excited to invite you to the next webinar in ISA's fall industrial policy series. It will explore current efforts to identify and provide U.S. federal government support to "industries of the future." These efforts are the latest episode in a long history, often motivated by U.S. perceptions of similar efforts made by other nations. Japan was the focus of this attention in the 1980s; today, it's China. Our session on October 21 at noon Eastern time will place the current debate in context, describe the Trump administration's proposal, and provide perspectives on it from the executive and legislative branches.

    More detail and registration at our website here.

    See you there!

    David Hart, webinar co-organizer
    ISA Founding Member and Professor, George Mason University

    Identifying and Supporting Industries of the Future
    Wednesday, October 21 | 12:00-2:00pm ET

    Panelists
    Kent Hughes, Public Policy Fellow, Wilson Center
    Lynne Parker, Deputy Chief Technology Officer, White House Office of Science and Technology Policy
    Adam Rosenberg, Staff Director; House Science, Space, and Technology Committee: Energy Subcommittee 

    Moderator
    David Hart, Schar School of Policy and Government, George Mason University

    Register Today!

    Future Webinars in this Series:

    • Industrial Policies and National Security | November 18th 12;00-2:00pm ET
    • The Present and Future of the Manufacturing USA Institutes | December 9th 12:00-2:00pm ET

    Organized by ISA board members Andrew Reamer and David Hart. Check here for the full webinar lineup and register today!

    Contact Info:

    ISA@industrystudies.org
    PO Box 1647
    Pullman, WA 99163

     

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