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Author: Douglas E. McDaniel
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Title: United States Technology Export Control: An Assessment
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Publisher: Praeger (March 17, 1993)
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United States Technology Export Control: An Assessment by Douglas E. McDaniel



бесплатно, без регистрации и без смс. This is a broad-ranging study of . strategic export control policy. In particular, this book analyzes and evaluates the effectiveness of export controls in delaying the acquisition of militarily sensitive high technology by the Soviet Union and its allied states. Furthermore, the question of whether or not . economic competitiveness in various high-technology sectors has been unduly undermined by export controls is also evaluated.

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This broad-ranging and timely study analyzes and evaluates the effectiveness of . export controls in delaying the acquisition of militarily sensitive high technology by the former USSR and its allied states. In addition, the question of whether or notU. Numerous official government studies and reports, supplemented by a host of interviews with government officials, businesspeople, and analysts in the .

United States technology export control. East-West trade, Export controls, Government policy, International cooperation, National security, Technology transfer.

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This is a broad-ranging study of U.S. strategic export control policy. In particular, this book analyzes and evaluates the effectiveness of export controls in delaying the acquisition of militarily sensitive high technology by the Soviet Union and its allied states. Furthermore, the question of whether or not U.S. economic competitiveness in various high-technology sectors has been unduly undermined by export controls is also evaluated. Numerous official government studies and reports, supplemented by a host of interviews with government officials, businesspeople, and analysts in the United States and Europe are utilized in drawing conclusions and posting policy recommendations. The consequences for export control policy of the revolutionary political upheavals in Eastern Europe and the former U.S.S.R. are also addressed.

The study concludes that the strategic/security goal of utilizing controls to hinder and delay the acquisition of militarily significant high technology by the former Soviet Union and its allied states was generally effective. More controversially McDaniel argues that export controls per se have not been a significant determinant of lagging U.S. competitiveness in high technology. However, this conclusion is qualified by the observation that while overall trends in U.S. high-technology exports to important trading partners do not suggest that controls by themselves have unduly hurt U.S. exporters, individual sectors and small firms may be disadvantaged. Finally, the study cautions that U.S. policy must adapt or risk becoming outmoded and increasingly ineffective. This book will be of interest to scholars and students of international relations, international political economy, and international business.