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information beyond that in Chapter 3 on programs to assist shipbuilding. Finally, Appendix E provides information on schools of naval architecture and marine engineering.
Anderson, J., and C. F. Sverdrup. 1992. Can U.S. Shipbuilders Become Competitive in the International Merchant Market? Presented to National Shipbuilding Research Program 1993 Ship Production Symposium, New Orleans, Louisiana, September 2–4, 1992, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Jersey City, New Jersey.
Clinton, W. J. 1993. Strengthening America's Shipyards: A Plan for Competing in the International Market. Washington, D.C.: Executive Office of the President.
Dallas, A., E.D. McGrady, P.P. Perla, and K.J. Robertson. 1994. The Shipbuilding Game: A Summary Report. Alexandria, Virginia: The CNA Corporation.
Grace Commission. 1983. President's Private Sector Survey on Cost Control: Report on the Department of the Navy. Washington D.C.: Government Printing Office.
MARAD (United States Maritime Administration). 1994. Report on Survey of U.S. Shipbuilding and Repair Facilities. Washington, D.C.: MARAD.
National Research Council. 1995. Committee on National Needs in Maritime Technology (CNNMT). Marine Board, National Research Council. Washington, D.C. Meeting summary of a "Workshop on the Role of Technology Application in Shipbuilding," convened by the Marine Board, August 25–26, 1994. (Available in limited quantities from the Marine Board, National Research Council, 2101 Constitution Avenue N.W., Washington, DC 20418.)
Peña, F. 1993. Address by the Honorable Federico Peña to the 101st Annual Banquet of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, September 17, 1993, New York, New York. Pp. 24-26 in Transactions of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, vol. 101. New Jersey: SNAME.
SCA. 1993. International Shipbuilding Aid—Shipbuilding Aid Practices of the Top OECD Subsidizing Nations and Their Impacts on U.S. Shipyards. Arlington, Virginia: Shipbuilders Council of America.
Storch, R.L., A&P Appledore International, Ltd., and T. Lamb. 1994. Requirements and Assessments for Global Shipbuilding Competitiveness. Project funded by the National Shipbuilding Research Program, for the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Ship Production Committee, Program Design/Production Integration Panel. October 7. Report NSRP 0434. Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute.
Temple, Barker & Sloane, Inc. 1990. Prospects for Improving Competitiveness of the U.S. Shipbuilding Industry. Data presented to the Shipbuilders Council of America, January, 1990, Arlington, Virginia.