Good green jobs in a global economy : making and keeping new industries in the United States / David J. Hess.
Description: x, 293 p. ; 24 cm.
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, c2012.
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- ISBN: 9780262018227 (hardcover : alk. paper)
- ISBN: 0262018225
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction -- I. Background -- Energy, manufacturing, and the changing global economy -- Green jobs and the green energy transition -- II. Policies and politics -- Green industrial policy and the 111th Congress -- State governments and the greening of import substitution -- The greening of regional industrial clusters -- Localist alternatives to the mainstream transition -- III. Processes and explanations -- Green transition coalitions and geographical unevenness -- After 2010: continued unevenness in the green transition -- Conclusion.
After describing federal green energy initiatives in the first two years of the Obama administration, Hess turns his attention to the state and local levels, examining demand-side and supply-side support for green industry and local small business. He analyzes the successes and failures of green coalitions and the partisan patterns of support for green energy reform. This new piecemeal green industrial policy, Hess argues, signals a fundamental challenge to anti-interventionist beliefs about the relationship between the government and the economy."-- publisher description.
|Subject:||Environmentalists > Vocational guidance > United States.
Environmental policy > United States.
Citation: Hess, David J. "Good green jobs in a global economy : making and keeping new industries in the United States." Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, 2012.