Specialisation, critical industry, state aid, digital transformation, the entrepreneurial state... are all elements that will shape a new era of industrial policy.
The health crisis at COVID has highlighted the need for a strong industry, both because of its resilience to crises and because of the need for critical industries capable of providing in emergency situations. If there was already a public debate on industrial policy reform before the crisis, the crisis will bring a in-depth review of industrial policy policies, plans and programmes in Europe.
Novadays' team has been designing and implementing industrial policies for Public Administrations and entities with competences in the field for over two decades, bringing together a important knowledge about institutional evolution, actors and instruments of these policies, which allows us to make innovative approaches and, in turn, realistic.
The company's experience in other areas closely linked to industrial policyThe fact that the new technologies, such as innovation policies, energy policies, infrastructure policies and employment policies, allow us to take a cross-cutting approach to any intervention aimed at creating or boosting industry in a country, region or municipality.
Our services for the design and development of industrial policy include
- National, regional, local or sectoral Industrial Development Strategies.
- Technological or industrial plans for specific sectors.
- Studies and research for industrial diagnostics
- Comparative or best practice studies for the identification of policies and instruments of interest
- Design of instruments or policy tools for industrial policies.
- Management of instruments through technical support offices for the public sector.
- Impact studies.
- Evaluation of industrial policies.
Through our assistance, we are able to support the public manager in industrial policy actions such as
- Knowledge of the current reality and realistic diagnosis of intervention needs.
- The identification and evaluation of new industrial policy objectives.
- The study of how other governments deal with these or similar industrial policy objectives.
- The creation of instruments to intervene, evaluating all available ones and proposing the most appropriate ones.
- The implementation of these instruments, supporting punctually or with long term technical offices.
- The evaluation of the results, effects and impacts of industrial policy
Industrial policy is the result of institutional evolution, but it can be accelerated or reformed through processes of mobilization of collective intelligence and with the support of experts in these policies, their surroundings and, above all, public management.
Our experts in industrial policy accompany the manager throughout the process of reflection, design and implementation of new industrial policies.
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Some examples of how we support governments in their industry policies
Transformation of logistics infrastructures: smart port 4.0 More than 80% of the goods traded in the world are moved by sea and it is estimated that by 2050 the volume of international transport will increase up to four times more. Challenge Spain is the country with the longest coastline (8,000 km). Its location...
Spain Circular 2030: the Spanish Strategy for the Circular Economy and its impact on industrial development The European Commission has set itself one of its main challenges in the coming years to transform the way our society produces and consumes, moving from a linear model to a circular model, in which...
New models for the urban distribution of goods: electric transport and freeing up public space The urban distribution of goods is a public problem for a large number of local authorities. Its emissions into the atmosphere and the occupation of public roads is today incompatible with the visions of a clean, sustainable and sustainable city...
The aid scheme of the Centre for Technological and Industrial Development as an instrument of industrial and innovation policies. Investment in R&D&I is a key element for the future competitiveness of companies and, therefore, of regions and nations. Governments can support companies in this process,...
The Civil UAVs Initiative of the Galician Government. The concept of the 'Entrepreneurial State' is embodied in innovation, industrial and investment attraction policies capable of promoting the creation, in a few years, of a leading sector in a region,