Competitors in Alliance: Industry Associations, Global Rivalries, and Business-Government Relations

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Index
ABC (Association of Biotechnology Companies), 153-55
ACCA (Aeronautical Chamber of Commerce of America), 135, 136
Advanced Micro Devices, 73, 178, 180, 184, 280
Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), 74
Advisory councils, 298-99; in Japan, 33-36
AEA. See American Electronics Association (AEA)
Aeronautical Chamber of Commerce of America (ACCA), 135, 136
Aerospace Industries Association (AIA), 128; activities of, 143-48; council system of, 141-42; goals of, 143-45; government regulations and, 138, 143- 44; history of, 134-37; industries represented by, 138-39; membership characteristics, 138-40; organizational characteristics, 139-43, 291; origins of, 134-37; public policy issues of, 138, 143-45; relationships with other groups, 147-48; technology program of, 146- 47; technology roadmap of, 285. See alsoAerospace industry
Aerospace Industries Association of America, 56
Aerospace industry: business environment of, 123-26; challenges to, 131-34; Clinton administration and, 138-39; competitive advantage in, compared, 133; foreign subsidies in, 128, 132-33; history of, 128-32; patents in, 134; ten largest companies in, 131; U.S.-EC Commercial Aircraft Subsidy Agreement, 132; world market of, 130. See also Aerospace Industries Association (AIA)
Aerospace Technology Policy Forum, 147
AIA. See Aerospace Industries Association (AIA)
AIA's Industry Competitive Enhancement Initiatives for the Aerospace Industries, 148
Airbus Industrie, 128-31
Aircraft Industries Association, 136
Aircraft Manufacturers Association, 129, 134
Air Mail Act, 129
Akers, John F., 227
Allen, Paul, 203
Allen, Robert E., 227
Alliance capitalism, 39
Alliances: history of, 281; types of, 281-82. See also Consortia
Altair personal computers, 203
American Bankers' Association, 49
American Brass Association, 49
American business: characteristics of, 61- 65; history of, 47-66
American Electronics Association (AEA), 62, 97-99, 183, 184, 206, 261; compared to other organizations, 232

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface xiii
  • Acknowledgments xv
  • I- Introduction 1
  • II- LEGACIES OF THE PAST AND PRESENT 9
  • III- HIGH-TECH INDUSTRIES AND THEIR TRADE ASSOCIATIONS 121
  • IV- DESIGNING AMERICA'S ASSOCIATIONS FOR GLOBAL COMPETITION 247
  • Chapter 12- The Approach to a New Design 249
  • Chapter 17- Designing the Association 301
  • Selected Bibliography 307
  • Index 329
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