This volume examines what industrial policies are, and what role they play in the context of European integration. It provides a clear analysis of the process of integration from the Treaty of Rome to the Maastricht Treaty and beyond. Key issues covered include:
* the theory of economic integration
* policies to create a single market
* the role of European Community institutions
* policies to guarantee and promote market competition
* policies of industrial development and innovation
Industrial Policies of Economic Integration develops a new range of policies, aimed at allowing a new common market to enter the global marketplace effectively.
This volume will be essential reading for students of European economics and policy makers interested in economic integration.