The level and method of government intervention in industry have changed in various ways in accordance with the stage of economic development and the competitiveness of industry. As shown in Fig. 11.1-1, Japan’s industrial policy is divided into structure policy and organisation policy based upon its goals. Further, its instrument is classified into direct intervention and instructive guidance.
KeywordsIndustrial Policy Industrial Structure Market Mechanism Common Agricultural Policy International Competitiveness
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