The recent economic developments have nullified the industrial growth of the last decade. In an era of increasing globalisation, interaction of goods and services, and complicated value chains, countries need to determine in what sectors they hold a comparative advantage and consequently, where their interests lie in the area of trade, industrial and enterprise policy. The challenge that industry leaders and policy makers face is not to fall back to pre-crisis industry structure, but to focus on value chains and value creation.
Sample projects, please contact us for specific references:
- European market Monitor of business related services.
- Competitiveness of the European electrical and electronic Goods markets.
- Study on the market distortion caused by key enabling technologies in the European Union.
- Data and analysis on the impact of European Commission initiatives on the competitiveness of European Union industry.