The third in a series of sector-specific assessments of U.S.-Japan technology linkages, this book examines U.S.-Japan relationships that develop or transfer aircraft technology, the motivations of participating organizations, and the impacts on U.S. and Japanese capabilities. Incorporating detailed accounts of the business and technology aspects of U.S.-Japan aircraft alliances, the volume also describes the U.S. and Japanese policy contexts, presents alternative scenarios for the future and outlines how linkages with Japan can be leveraged as part of a strategy to reenergize U.S. leadership in this critical industry.
Table of Contents
|2 Background and Policy Context||12-35|
|3 Current Status of U.S.-Japan Linkages||36-64|
|4 Future Trends||65-73|
|5 Conclusions and Policy Recommendations||74-94|
|Appendix A: The Importance of the U.S. Aircraft Industry||95-102|
|Appendix B: U.S-Japan Technology Linkages in Airframes and Aircraft Systems||103-127|
|Appendix C: U.S.-Japan Technology Linkages in Aeroengines||128-144|
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