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Wealth of Nations : THE FUTURE OF MANUFACTURING: A NEW ERA OF OPPORTUNITY AND CHALLENGE FOR THE UK

FORESIGHT, FORESIGHT, 2013년 발간

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and public private partnerships such as the Energy Technologies Institute, these are much smaller than in competitor nations. Addressing this mismatch should be a priority. Recent years have seen a resurgence in the development of industrial policies by governments  in the UK and overseas. In the UK, industrial policies have been developed in 11 sectors, led in most cases by groups from the public and private sectors, with many of these encompassing manufacturing industries. One specific development has been the creation of the Catapult Centres. In particular, the High Value Manufacturing Catapult provides a strong base on  which to build substantial further effort. It is recommended that its funding is substantially increased, and used in part to encourage the greater involvement of smaller firms in particular. Whilst specific initiatives are essential in areas mentioned above, more is needed. Recognition that the UK's national infrastructure suffered from fragmented policy making led to the creation of Infrastructure UK (IUK). Manufacturing suffers from similar challenges and is no less strategic for the future strength and resilience of the UK economy. The Lead Expert Group of this Foresight Project considers that a similar office to the IUK is needed for Manufacturing. This would be responsible for helping Government to formulate longterm policies that would take into account the extended value chain associated with manufacturing industries. It should be staffed by experts, preferably with substantial successful industry experience. They would consider all of the issues highlighted in this Report, and develop and assist Government with piloting new policies. A UK Office for Manufacturing would need to work closely with IUK, in view of the importance of infrastructure to manufacturing. It would also need to work closely with industry, particularly to improve skills and increase the ability of companies to innovate by working with relevant partners. Other countries including the United States and Australia have developed relevant offices from which the UK can learn. 

 

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- A NEW VISION FOR UK MANUFACTURING

- PREFACE

- PROJECT BACKGROUND

   1 . MANUFACTURING MATTERS

   2. FOUR KEY FUTURE CHARACTERISTICS OF MANUFACTURING AND IMPLICATIONS FOR

       GOVERNMENT

   3. THREE SYSTEMIC AREAS FOR FUTURE GOVERNMENT FOCUS

- ANNEXES

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