Australia

Some lessons from the Australian defense offsets experience
Authors: Peter Hall a; Stefan Markowski - a
Affiliation: a School of Economics and Management, University College, University of New South Wales, Canberra, ACT 2600, Australia
DOI: 10.1080/07430179608405705
Publication Frequency: 4 issues per year
Published in: Defense & Security Analysis, Volume 12, Issue 3 December 1996 , pages 289 - 314
Subjects: Terrorism; War & Conflict Studies;
Formats available: PDF (English)
Previously published as: Defense Analysis (0743-0175) until 2002


Defence Offsets, Weapons Proliferation and Emerging Security Challenges
Author: M. Uttley
DOI: 10.1080/714000009
Publication Frequency: 3 issues per year
Published in: Defence Studies, Volume 1, Issue 1 Spring 2001 , pages 172 - 182
Subjects: Small Wars & Insurgencies; World Military History;
Formats available: PDF (English)


Recent trends in Australian countertrade: A cross-national analysis
Journal Asia Pacific Journal of Management
Publisher Springer Netherlands
ISSN 0217-4561 (Print) 1572-9958 (Online)
Issue Volume 8, Number 1 / April, 1991
Category Articles
DOI 10.1007/BF01731919
Pages 85-103
Aspy P. Palia1 and Peter W. Liesch2
Abstract This paper presents and analyses data on recent trends in both voluntary and government-mandated countertrade in Australia. The analysis reveals that compensation is the most frequently used form of countertrade. The USSR and the PRC are the major nations involved. The primary category of Australian imports are capital goods. Inputs and capital goods are the major categories of Australian exports. Both Australian imports and exports are primarily finished products. Aerospace products, computer software systems, and hardware components are the major categories of civil offsets. The aerospace and weapons-related industries are the major categories of defence offsets. A familiarity with recent trends in Australian reciprocal trade will enable international marketing managers to identify and take advantage of emerging opportunities in the Australian marketplace.


Countertrade & Offset
Volume: 24 | Issue: 23

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