Industrial Policy in Europe: Theoretical Perspectives and Practical Proposals

Psychology Press, 1999 - 383 páginas
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After a decade or more of deregulation and the retreat of the state there is a growing consensus that government can make a positive contribution to industrial growth. This volume explores both the theoretical basis for industrial policy in Europe and practical proposals for making industrial development happen. The volume is divided into five parts: the rationale for industrial policy and the argument for making it local and participative; creating meaningful local and regional economies - making localised learning a reality; nurturing small firms; creating adequate access to venture capital, especially for new small firms; and creating the infrastructure and environment for a dynamic, diffuse economy.

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