5 edition of Restructuring the Global Military Sector found in the catalog.
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|Contributions||World Institute for Development Economics Research (Corporate Author), Mary Kaldor (Editor), Basker Vashee (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||329|
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Book The End of Military Fordism Restructuring the Global Military Sector, Volume II. Since the mids there have been substantial cuts in military spending throughout the world, with the exception of Pacific Asia. The end of the Cold War, democratization in Africa and Latin America, structural adjustment programmes, debts and cuts in.
Restructuring the global military sector. London ; New York: Restructuring the Global Military Sector book, (OCoLC) Online version: Restructuring the global military sector. London ; New York: Pinter, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Mary Kaldor; Basker Vashee; World Institute for Development Economics Research.
Restructuring the Global Military Sector, Part I Editor(s): Mary Kaldor, Basker Vashee. Mary Kaldor is Director of the Programme on Global Civil Society at the Centre for the Study of Global Governance, London School of Economics.
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The case of the UK car parts industry By Ash Amin, Ian Smith This chapter examines in some detail the damaging effects of two aspects of restructuring in the car assembly and components industry, which, in assessment, are the most important challenges facing the sector.
Key Terms in this Chapter. Restructuring: Restructuring is the process or combination of processes to remain effective and competitive in the market. Managed Service: Managed service is the new paradigm in which the network is built and owned by the vendors, and operators just rent them for their services.
Restructuring in Telecommunications Industry: It is the market-oriented modernization. Restructuring a Military Medical Department Research Center: /ch This case study is of a military medical department research center (MDRC) with access to advanced information systems (IS), yet struggling to determine the.
Initially it seemed that resources previously devoted to the cold war confrontation might become available for investment in non-military economic and social progress. However, by initial optimism had given way to a recognition that the restructuring of the defence industry would involve significant costs and could not be accomplished quickly.
Abstract. The globalized development of manufacturing enabled China to reap huge profits as a leading producer.
However, the embedded global value chain (GVC) export-oriented development model has also brought some challenges to China, as it does international subcontracting work at the bottom of GVC is thus striving to adjust the imbalance in the world economic structure by shaping.
How has the public sector tended to approach restructuring in the past. A reasonably similar pattern or sequence of events appears to characterize the restructuring initiatives of many public organizations.
The first response to restructuring typically involves denial. This is usually followed by short-term measures to reduce spending.
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The following contribution considers whether global restructuring creates new forms of the division of labor. Book review of: Global Insecurity: Restructuring the Global Military Sector. Part II. Military spending and armaments, ; Overview; I. Global developments in military expenditure; II.
US military expenditure; III. Russian military expenditure, reform and restructuring; IV. Security spending and violent organized crime in Central America; V. Two case studies in the governance of military budgeting and expenditure.
The business and political environments that shape demand for the military and commercial segments of the aerospace industry have each individually experienced one major structural change in the past 25 years.
On the commercial side, the deregulation of the United States airline industry in led to the restructuring of the airline-aircraft. For a variety of political, military, and strategic reasons, base restructuring is in America's interests.
The world has entered a new era, and it is well past time for U.S. global force structure.Restaurant chains Ask and Zizzi have been sold in a £70m prepack administration deal that means another 1, job losses in the UK’s already struggling casual dining sector. The sale of Azzurri. Restructuring is a type of corporate action taken when significantly modifying the debt, operations or structure of a company as a means of potentially eliminating financial harm and .