Competition and Innovation in the U.S. Fixed-Wing Military Aircraft Industry
Rand Corporation, Nov 7, 2003 - Technology & Engineering - 134 pages
Assess prospects for innovation and competition in the military combat-aircraft industry. o
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Chapter One INTRODUCTION
Chapter Four WHAT MIGHT THE INDUSTRY LOOK LIKE IN THE FUTURE?
Chapter Five SOME RISKREDUCTION MEASURES
Chapter Six A COMPARISON OF POLICY OPTIONS
Appendix DESCRIPTION OF DATA SETS AND BUDGET ACTIVITIES RELATED TO FIGURES 35 37 AND 38
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