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shows that poor countries can leap right to the technological frontier by imitating technologies from industrialized nations :
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Bangladeshi garment workers imitated Korean garment workers during their apprenticeship in Korea, and Bangladeshi managers imitated Korean managers. The result was a multibillion dollar garment industry in Bangladesh.
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So, Easterly concludes,
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The government should subsidize technological imitation because it brings benefits to other firms in the economy besides the imitator. And of course, the business climate has to favor foreign direct investment and imports of machines, not to mention entrepreneurs in general.
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We come very close here to the art of what works. Still, we ask of Easterly: which technology Should the government subsidize the visit of Quader s 130 workers to Korea before we have any evidence that the textile industry might work in Bangladesh If so, we have the impossible task of subsidizing visits of everyone to everywhere, for all kinds of technology, in the hope that something will click. For, as Easterly notes, we can t know beforehand which technology will work out the best:
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In general, it s hard to predict success when there are intangible factors behind success.
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Yet Easterly fails to offer specific policies on how to subsidize technological imitation before it starts to happen. That s because it s an impossible task. You can t know what s worth imitating until it has started to succeed. You can t predict coup d oeil. But you can subsidize resolution after the imitation starts. So your policies must be able to react quickly to what works, rather than trying to predict it. Easterly does not quite solve the puzzle of elusive growth, but he comes close. And we re just glad to find a World Bank economist who favors the art of what works. Let s turn now to the IMF.
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Here we meet the familiar face of Joseph Stiglitz, our 2001 Nobel Prize winner in economics. He led off our first chapter with a quote on imperfect information the fog of strategy that expert intuition cuts through. In the 1990s, Stiglitz served on the president s Council of Economic Advisers for 4 years and then spent 3 years as chief economist and senior vice president of the World Bank. In Globalization and its Discontents, Stiglitz reports especially on his dealings with the IMF. He endorses the original mandate of the IMF, in the tradition of Lord Keynes, the great economist who helped found it. But over the decades, Stiglitz believes, the IMF has strayed:13
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Founded on the belief that markets often work badly, it now champions market supremacy with ideological fervor. . . . Keynes would be rolling over in his grave if he were to see what has happened to his child.
For Stiglitz, the IMF has failed in its mission to provide funds for countries facing an economic downturn, to enable the country to restore itself to close to full employment. Instead, the IMF imposes free-market policies on countries as a condition for receiving its funds. Stiglitz hates that. He notes that most of the advanced industrial countries departed from free markets early on, by wisely and selectively protecting some of their industries until they were strong enough to compete with foreign companies. His examples include the United States and Japan. And even more recently, European countries banned the free flow of capital until the seventies. In making his argument, Stiglitz invokes examples from history, just as von Clausewitz did. He looks to what worked in the past. But instead of heeding these precedents, the IMF applies mistaken economic theories that have led to poverty for many people, and for many countries social and political chaos. Stiglitz calls on the IMF to study what works instead. A single free-market model has won the day in policy debates, but economists know that there is not just one market model. He cites Japan, Germany, Sweden, the United States, Malaysia, Korea,
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