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    38. Lo mismo ocurre en los Estados nacionales. Algunas estados de los EEUU son mucho menos neoliberales que otros. El Departamento de Defensa, por ejemplo, gastó miles de millones de dólares en subsidios de investigación y desarrollo en diversas industrias desde principios de 1980. El gobierno federal tiene también desde hace tiempo la agricultura subvencionada. Y los gobiernos estatales a menudo se involucran en proyectos de política industrial (por ejemplo, WHITFORD, Josh The New Old Economy, Oxford University Press, New York, 2005). [ Links ]

    Todos estos son ejemplos de los tipos de intervención del Estado que se supone que son un anatema para los neoliberales. HALL, Peter A. y SOSKICE, David (eds.) Varieties of Capitalism Oxford University Press, New York, 2001; [ Links ]

    CAMPBELL, John L. Institutional Change..., cit., esp. cap. 5.; HANCKE, Bob; RHODES, Martin y THATCHER, Mark (eds.) Beyond Varieties of Capitalism, Oxford University Press, New York, 2007. [ Links ]

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