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Industrial policy & European regions

Jan Gunnarsson

Industrial policy & European regions

an institutional approach with empirical evidence from the Baltic rim

by Jan Gunnarsson

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Published by Akademisk in [København, Denmark] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Industrial policy -- Baltic Sea Region.,
  • Institutional economics.,
  • Baltic Sea Region -- Economic integration.,
  • Baltic Sea Region -- Economic conditions -- 20th century.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 123-128).

    Other titlesIndustrial policy and European regions
    StatementJan Gunnarsson.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD3616.B29 G86 2001
    The Physical Object
    Pagination128 p. :
    Number of Pages128
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21594342M
    ISBN 108750036718

    Examples of industrial policy approaches within regional integration initiatives This paper considers three examples of how regional integration initiatives have approached collective action in the field of industrial policy: the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), the EuropeanFile Size: KB.   Speaking at the same event, she added, “Many European industries are at a turning point. In our day and age, industrial policy is about empowering our industries to continue delivering sustainable growth and jobs for our regions and citizens.”.

    Figure Regions of Europe (Map by Koyos, Wikimedia Commons, Public Domain) The shift in labor that occurred during the Industrial Revolution, as people left rural farms to find work in factories, led to the specialization of labor that is found in Europe today. The European Week of Regions and Cities (#EURegionsWeek) is the biggest annual Brussels-based event dedicated to regional policy. The event has grown to become a unique communication and networking platform, bringing together regions and cities from all over Europe, including their political representatives, officials as well as experts and.

    industrial policy. In so doing, the report stresses that Industry will play out differently across sectors and regions, and this will have implications for the focus of and the innovation aspirations of EU industrial and cohesion policy. The integration of sectors with new technologies will beFile Size: 1MB. The Location of European Industry K.H. Midelfart-Knarvik NHH and CEPR H. G. Overman LSE and CEPR S. J. Redding LSE and CEPR A.J. Venables LSE and CEPR Report prepared for the Directorate General for Economic and Financial Affairs, European Commission. The authors would like to thank staff at the Directorate General for Economic and Financial.


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Summary: After years of near 'disrepute' in official circles, Industrial Policy has made something of a comeback and is back on the agenda at national and EU levels, driven by concerns over globalisation, unemployment and perceived poor growth in the EU.

This book explores possibilities for industrial and regional policies in an enlarging EU. The book targets three market segments: academics; policy and decision-makers at the EU, national and regional level, as well as business practitioners.

It includes a wide-ranging analysis of different spheres of industrial policies conducted within the European Union, making it of interest to an international audience.

Abstract. The experience of recent decades in the European Union shows that the development of a regional productive system depends in a crucial way not only on the endogenous resources and abilities, but also on relationships with the international economy and the intensity of the integration with other regional production systems in terms of the flow of goods, production investments Cited by: 4.

This overview report synthesises and compares industrial policy capacity within nine European case study regions which have been analysed as part of the pilot project Future of Manufacturing in Europe. The regions analysed are industrial and manufacturing powerhouses of their respective countries and it is clear that, in the majority of them, industrial policy is strongly linked to regional innovation.

An ecological and social approach to converting old-style industries in urban areas may well contribute to a new eco and social friendly development path for the European Union.

This prospect was a prominent conclusion of the workshop on 'Reconversion of industrial areas in the framework of regional Industrial policy & European regions book, organised by the Panel for the Future.

As the President of the European Committee of the Regions, I am pleased to introduce this book on the theme of pioneering cities and regions. The Eu - ropean Committee of the Regions is the European Union's assembly of regional and local representa - tives from all 28 Member States, which represents over regions and million people.

Industrial policy. The European Commission is investing in EU industry for a modern, clean and fair economy. We promote industrial competitiveness through many of our major initiatives and aim to empower citizens, revitalise regions and have the best technologies for the smart, innovative industry.

Industrial policy is horizontal in nature and aims to secure framework conditions favourable to industrial competitiveness. It is also well integrated into a number of other EU policies such as those relating to trade, the internal market, research and innovation, employment, environmental protection and.

The European industrial policy was thought as a neutral concept. However, while applying some measures at national level, the actions might become selective by aiming some sectors, regions or industrial objectives. Certain industrial sectors are more vulnerable internationally, due.

Regional investment and solidarity. The EU invests locally through its regional policy. Addressed to all EU regions and cities, it contains measures to boost economic growth and jobs and improve quality of life through strategic investment.

This book is the first quantitative description of Europe’s economic development at a regional level over the entire twentieth century. Based on a new and comprehensive set of data, it brings together a group of leading economic historians in order to describe and analyze the development of European regions, both for nation states and for Europe as a : Hardcover.

Industrial policy for a European industrial renaissance. A few reflections1 Maria Savona SPRU, University of Sussex @ Revised draft February Abstract This paper raises and attempts to address three questions that add to the recent debate on industrial policies to promote a European “industrial renaissance”.

Industrial Policies in France: the Old and the New By Elie Cohen Research Professor CNRS Since the debate about industrial policy has been particularly intense on three main occasions.

The first, under General de Gaulle, was when two conflicting policies of reconstruction and catch up vis-à-vis the United States were at stake.

EU Industrial Policy. INDUSTRY, RESEARCH AND ENERGY (ITRE) Author: Miklos GYORFFI Policy Department A: Economy and Scientific Policy European Parliament PE Briefing. Industrial.

Policy. KEY Size: KB. Drawing on the theoretical resources of institutional economics, The New Industrial Geography opens new perspectives in economic geography. In its focus on historical and geographical context, institutional embeddedness, and tacit rules and formal regulations, institutional economics is shown to be the perfect basis for understanding the profound economic and geographical changes of the last Format: Hardcover.

In earlythe Committee of the Regions (CoR), through its Europe Monitoring Platform, conducted a survey to assess the state of play of the Europe strategy’s flagship initiative “An Industrial Policy for the Globalisation Era”1 from the viewpoint of Local and Regional Size: 1MB.

COMMUNICATION FROM THE COMMISSION TO THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT, THE EUROPEAN COUNCIL, THE COUNCIL, THE EUROPEAN ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COMMITTEE AND THE COMMITTEE OF THE REGIONS A New Industrial Strategy for Europe. Europe’s new industrial way. Europe has always been the home of industry.

For centuries, it has been a pioneer in industrial File Size: KB. The Commission pursues policies that provide an ecosystem for Europe’s industries to thrive in. This empowers industry to create quality jobs in a strong and fair single market, boost Europe’s competitiveness, foster investment and innovation – for example in clean technologies – and support regions and workers affected by industrial.

Europe must adopt an ambitious industrial policy aligned with its climate agenda by investing in clean technologies, and introducing a carbon tariff at the EU’s external border in order to. Summary: On the re-launch of the Lisbon Strategy the European Commission has made the industrial policy one of its priorities.

By this it would like to quell concerns over the position of European industry with regard to international competition, notably in terms of the gap that has grown with the USA in the areas of productivity and capacity to innovate as well as with regard to competition.

The book is divided in three parts, about industrial policies in Western Europe (I), the debate at a transnational level in the European Community and its influence beyond Europe (II), and industrial policies in the Soviet Bloc (III).Paper outline 1. Industrial Policy in Europe (Renewed EU Industrial Policy Strategy 9/ & Smart Specialisation Strategies S3 ) 2.

What is missing? How are “Europe’s Peripheries” (lower/medium income countries and regions within countries – LMIC&R) accounted for?

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