Industrial policy, Operation Management

Industrial Policy

The course of action set by the government to influence the development of domestic industrial sectors in particular and the direction of the national organizational growth in general. A government's organization policy may comprise such instruments as like subsidies, tax incentives, regional development programs, training programs for workers and R&D assistance.

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