Targeted government support for industry development, such as start-ups and investment attraction hubs, is part of a new age of economic intervention in an increasingly competitive world. But governments have traditionally struggled to understand private sector needs and deliver outcomes aligning social objectives with those needs whilst discharging their public interest obligations. This session will discuss the challenges of facilitating new businesses and some structural options for improved outcomes, with probity and effectiveness.
You can view the full session here: Picking winners – state support for target businesses
Khilen Devani, Partner
Rachel Sciascia, Partner
Recorded on 20 July 2020 during Government Lawyers Legal Update 2020.