Please note that one copy of the case should be purchased for each student of the course.
The US used to dominate the global rare earths industry, but over the years lost its edge to China. It now wants to reduce its dependence on China for rare earths—the question is, how?
The case study allows students to:
- Examine the role of governments in supporting industries and the rationales of industrial policies in China and the U.S.
- Understand the effectiveness of different forms of industrial policies
- Investigate the interplay between industrial policies, environmental policies, trade policies and the role of the world trading system
- Understand the implications of industrial policies on individual companies
Year of Publication: 2021
Ref. No.: 20/681C
Discipline: Economics & Business Policy, Public Policy and Strategy
Country: China (People's Rep. of), United States of America
Company: MP Materials
Pages of Text: 10