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The Dragon Takes Flight : China's Aviation Policy, Achievements, and International Implications

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The Dragon Takes Flight : China's Aviation Policy, Achievements, and International Implications
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The Dragon Takes Flight
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China's Aviation Policy, Achievements, and International Implications
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eng
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The Dragon Takes Flight: China's Aviation Policy, Achievements, and International Implications analyzes China's journey toward the development of its C-919 large passenger aircraft and how Boeing and Airbus can meet the challenges they may face from its success
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China Studies
The Dragon Takes Flight : China's Aviation Policy, Achievements, and International Implications
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The Dragon Takes Flight : China's Aviation Policy, Achievements, and International Implications
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Contents
  • Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- List of Abbreviations -- Chapter 1 Introduction -- The Uniqueness of the Aviation Industry -- China's Commercial Aircraft Policy -- Implications for the United States and Europe -- Facilitating Fair Competition -- Research Study -- Theoretical Framework -- Chapter 2 Evolution of the Large Aircraft Industry -- Government Airline Regulation -- Jet Engine Competition Revolutionizes the Industry -- Competition among American Aircraft Manufacturers -- The European Consortium: Airbus Fills a Niche in the Market -- Deregulation of the American Market -- Differences in Industrial Policies of Boeing and Airbus -- Airbus Challenges Boeing in Various Sectors of the Market -- U.S. Response to European Subsidies -- Airbus Accusation of U.S. Indirect Subsidies -- Failure of GATT Agreement -- Conclusion -- Chapter 3 Development of the Y-10 Passenger Aircraft -- Predatory State under Mao -- Porter's Diamond of National Competitive Advantage -- Porter's Diamond Model and Its Application to the Y-10 -- Factor Conditions for the Y-10 -- Related and Supporting Industries -- Suppliers and Related Industries Involved in the Making of the Y-10 -- Firm Strategy, Structure and Rivalry -- Y-10 Structure, Organization and Rivalry -- Conclusion -- Chapter 4 The Development of the C-919 Aircraft -- Introduction -- The Intermediate State under Deng Xiaoping -- Roles Played: Demiurge, Custodian and Midwife -- Demand for the C-919 -- C-919: Factor Conditions -- Massive Corruption in Awarding Large-scale Research Grants -- Commercial Espionage -- C-919: Supporting and Related Industries -- Culture Differences Make Cooperation with MD Tough -- Aviation-related Industries and Suppliers -- C-919: Firm Strategy, Structure and Rivalry -- Conclusion -- Chapter 5 Airbus and Boeing Strategies to Compete with the C-919 -- Introduction
  • The Aviation Industry under the Predatory State (1949-1970) -- Reform: The Aviation Industry Transitions toward an Intermediate State -- Road to the WTO -- Aircraft Acquisition -- CAAC Maintains Control over Key Resources in Aviation -- Airline Manufacturers Entering the Narrow-Body Market -- China's Plan for Meeting Its Demand -- Potential Impact on Boeing -- Potential Impact on Airbus -- Boeing's Plan for Competing in the Narrow-Body Market -- U.S. and European Strategies for Meeting the China Challenge -- Conclusion -- Chapter 6 Conclusion -- Predatory State -- The Intermediate State -- Commercial Espionage -- Competing with the C-919 -- Strengths and Weaknesses of the Framework -- The Framework and Other High-Tech Industries -- Differences between the Aviation and Automobile Industries -- High-Speed Rail -- Similarities between High-Speed Rail and Aviation Industries -- Creating a Competitive Advantage for Free Market Competition -- Appendix A: Interview Questions -- Appendix B: Statistical Data and Tables on China -- Bibliography -- Index
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1 online resource (289 pages)
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