Going global? U.S. government policy and the defense aerospace industry

Since the end of the Cold War, a dramatic decline in overall defense authorizations has led both the U.S. aerospace industry and that of Europe to undergo extensive consolidation -- a trend that has led in turn to a significant growth in cross-border business relationships. Yet while globalization h...

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Main Author: Lorell, Mark A.
Corporate Authors: Rand Corporation, Project Air Force (U.S.), United States Air Force
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Santa Monica, Calif. RAND, Project Air Force 2002, 2002
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Summary:Since the end of the Cold War, a dramatic decline in overall defense authorizations has led both the U.S. aerospace industry and that of Europe to undergo extensive consolidation -- a trend that has led in turn to a significant growth in cross-border business relationships. Yet while globalization has the potential to increase competition, foster innovation, encourage fair pricing, and promote interoperability among NATO allies, it also poses potential challenges, particularly with regard to the proliferation of advanced U.S.-developed military technologies
Item Description:"Prepared for the United States Air Force.". - "MR-1537-AF"--Page [4] cover
Physical Description:xxxv, 215 pages illustrations
ISBN:9780833031938
0833031937