Industrial policy development directions in European Union and contemporary challenges (ევროკავშირის ინდუსტრიული პოლიტიკის განვითარების მიმართულებები და თანამედროვე გამოწვევები)

Abstract
The article considers an effective industrial development policy in the European Union. It depends on efforts directed in the following directions: Consideration of several types of industrial and innovative promising assets. Focusing on a few is useless for evaluating change; the formation of research centers is the most important condition for the modernization of the scientific base; a noticeable increase in the role of professional skills and self-development; creation and development of conditions for the growth of the flow of knowledge; and Monitoring of business development.
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Keywords
Innovation, industrial policy, European Union
Citation
VII International Scientific Conference: "Challenges of Globalization in Economics and Business", Tbilisi, 2022, pp. 112-117
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