Industrial equipment Marketing -- See Industrial marketing Here are entered works on the marketing of goods and services to business enterprises, governmental units and nonprofit institutions for use by them in their operations or for reprocessing into other products.
Industrial espionage -- See Business intelligence Here are entered works on the systematic accumulation of information regarding business competitors and their products, including trade secrets.
Industrial estates -- See Industrial districts Here are entered works on self-contained industrial areas within which utilities, transportation, and other general services are offered to a group of individual companies.
Industrial groupings -- See Trusts, Industrial Here are entered works on combinations in restraint of trade in which stock ownership is transferred to trustees, who in turn issue trust certificates and dividends and who attempt to achieve monopolistic control over output, prices, or markets. Works on combinations in which independent business enterprises formally agree among themselves to control or limit output, prices, and/or markets so as to achieve monopolistic power are entered under Cartels.
Industrial homework -- See Home labor Here are entered works on persons in urban areas producing goods at home for an outside employer. Works on industries carried on by persons and their families in rural areas producing goods at home for an outside employer are entered under Cottage industries. Works on self-employed persons producing and marketing goods or services in their homes are entered under Home-based businesses.
Industrial laws and legislation United States -- See Also Economic liberties (U.S. Constitution) Here are entered works on constitutional provisions, such as the contract clause and the just compensation clause, which prohibit government interference with economic pursuits and interests.