Industrial Policy in Britain provides an introduction to, and assessment of, the theory and practice of industrial policy and government-industry relations since 1945. It ranges widely covering all the key industrial sectors - including agriculture and services as well as energy and manufacturing - at local, national and European level.
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Table of ContentsIntroduction; D. Coates.- PART 1: SECTORS OF POLICY.- Manufacturing; S. Lee Services; N. Marshall.-Energy; S. Bromley.- Agriculture; T. Burden.- Labour, Skills and Training; A. Tuckman.- PART 2: LEVELS AND SOURCES OF POLICY.- Whitehall, Westminster and Industrial Policy; K. Theakston.- Local and Regional Economic Development; E. Gouge.- Industrial Policy and the European Union; C. Lord.- PART 3: CONCLUSIONS.- Conclusion; P. Reynolds & D. Coates.- Contributors.- Glossary.- Further Reading.- References.- Index.