5 edition of Trends and challenges in aerospace offsets found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 229-231).
|Statement||Charles W. Wessner, editor ; Board on Science, Technology, and Economic Policy, National Research Council.|
|Contributions||Wessner, Charles W., National Research Council (U.S.). Board on Science, Technology, and Economic Policy.|
|LC Classifications||HD9711.5.U6 T74 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 231 p. :|
|Number of Pages||231|
|LC Control Number||98089552|
The State of Working America An Economic Policy Institute book. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press. Scott, Robert E. “The Effects of Offsets, Outsourcing and Foreign Competition on Output and Employment in the U.S. Aerospace Industry.” In Charles W. Wessner, ed., Trends and Challenges in Aerospace Offsets. The aerospace industry accounts for nearly 40 percent of global military expenditure which stood at $1, billion last year (Sipri ). The US is a major player in terms of military expenditure (30 percent), export of conventional arms (34 percent) and allocation to defence R&D (60 percent). Nearly two-thirds of major defence OEMs are based out of the US. India has been the largest importer.
As the balance of spending shifts from west to east, aerospace, defense, and security professionals must anticipate evolving threats, keep pace with geopolitical shifts, plan for supply-chain disruptions, ensure regulatory compliance, navigate emerging markets, and sustain cost-effective defense capabilities. There is a distinctive buzz about Prime Minister Modi’s new campaign for “Make in India”. The thrust is to increase share of manufacturing from the current level of 15 per cent of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) to 25 per cent and create additional employment opportunity of ten million per year.
Trends and Challenges in Aerospace Offsets, Charles Wessner, ed., National Academy of Sciences, National Academy Press, Washington D.C., “Learning Across Functional Silos: Lehigh University’s Integrated Product Development Program,”. Other advantages of the BWB design includes 15–20% increased lift to drag ratio (L/D) due to reduced drag resulting from a 33% lower wetted surface area compared to a conventional tube and wing effect of the foregoing is a 12% decrease in operating empty weight and a lower acoustic signature,.Despite these attractive potentials, the BWB is yet to be developed into a Cited by:
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The granting of offsets to promote exports of major aircraft systems has been a source of significant controversy. Critics believe that offsets undermine the U.S. manufacturing base; lead to the transfer of commercial technology, possibly affecting national security; and result in the loss of high-wage jobs.
Trends and Challenges in Aerospace Offsets. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. Trends and challenges in aerospace offsets book doi: / causes, and current impact of offsets as well as future trends. Third, despite the different views expressed in the discussion, we sought to identify areas in which all parties agreed or partially agreed and to garner a wide range.
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Trends and Challenges in Aerospace OffsetsAuthor: National Research Council, and Economic Policy Board on Science, Technology. ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: xvi, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Contents: Offsets in commercial and military aerospace: an overview / David C. Mowery --The policy context for military aerospace offsets / Ken Flamm --The effect of offsets, outsourcing, and foreign competition on output and employment in the U.S.
aerospace industry / Robert E. Scott. Get this from a library. Trends and Challenges in Aerospace Offsets: Proceedings and Papers. [Charles W Wessner; National Research Council (U.S.).
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Biodiversity offsets can be an important tool for maintaining or enhancing environmental values in situations where development is sought despite negative environmental impacts. There are now approximately 45 compensatory mitigation programs for biodiversity impacts worldwide, with another 27 programs in development.
While offsets have great potential as a conservation tool, their Cited by: 6. Trends and Challewes in AerosDace Offsets, In discussing aerospace offsets, perhaps the best place to start is with a definition of what one is.
As defined by Berkeley’s David Mower-y in his contribution to Trends and Challenges in Aerospace Offsets, an offset is: “a provision in an international export transaction that commits the seller firm to. These sorts of regulatory challenges and competitive pressures reinforce the need for a sound offset strategy.
How to develop a robust offset strategy Our experience advising defense companies on a range of global sourcing, operations, and strategy issues suggests that to build successful offset strategies, leaders need to focus on the. The purpose of this thesis is to determine if offsets are an effective means of second-tier countries acquiring technology and if offsets enhance their ability to establish and maintain an.
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It has to embrace design, development and manufacturing in its scope and encourage OEMs, design houses to have long-term partnership with the Indian defence industry. The private sector player must play a more dynamic role in this. The government should hand hold them in.
offsets are widely used, including in civilian procurements. It is estimated that offsets account for per cent of the total world trade.6 The justification for offsets, especially in defence procurement, is given in the unique context of the arms market, which is “far from perfectly.
The aerospace industry is thriving in Mexico. While still small, the industry is capitalizing on a young workforce, an ideal location and a competitive labor force to penetrate the sector.
Today. from book Supply chain integration challenges in commercial aerospace: A comprehensive perspective on the aviation value chain (pp) Chapter December with Reads How we measure 'reads'. was a pivotal year in Corporate Social Responsibility, and the trends that I identified last year remained timely and relevant.
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Yuren Liu, Content Director of Webnovel, talked about how micro-transactions and an in-game-purchase model can be utilized in the online publishing. Private environmental standards attempt, in part, to internalize environmental externalities.
Offsetting firms’ environmental externalities by buying credits is one option. Another is insetting, in which firms attempt to address externalities and provide positive benefits within their own supply chain.
These two approaches to internalizing externalities can be in tension, leading toward Cited by: 1. The report begins by introducing the concept of a green economy and the types of opportunities arising from the transition, namely trade in environmental goods and services, standards and certification, and the greening of global supply chains.
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Offsets are ‘terms in a sale’ that leverages the sale to obtain compensatory benefits for the buyer, generally in many international trade arrangements.
Offsets are an integral part of trade agreements between companies (i.e., suppliers) and governments (i.e., buyers); whereby suppliers must agree to buy products or provide other forms of commitment to the buying countries, in order to.