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Author
Baranowska-Prokop Ewa
Title
Transakcje offsetowe a rozwój przemysłu
Offset Transactions and Industrial Development
Source
Gospodarka Narodowa, 2007, nr 10, s. 67-83, tabl., rys., bibliogr. 18 poz.
Keyword
Rozwój przemysłu, Transfer technologii, Umowa międzynarodowa, Przemysł obronny
Industry development, Technology transfer (TT), International agreement, Defense industry
Note
summ.
Abstract
Znaczny wzrost zarówno skali, jak i zakresu transakcji offsetowych datujący się od początku lat 90. jest przedmiotem analizy nie tylko kół gospodarczych, ale także opracowań akademickich. Nierzadko pojawiają się skrajnie przeciwstawne opinie: od całkowitego ich potępienia, aż po upatrywanie w nich „trzeciej drogi" rozwoju gospodarczego i szansy na zmniejszenie dystansu do czołówki państw wysoko rozwiniętych. Zapewne wyciągnięcie jednoznacznych i ogólnych wniosków nie jest możliwe, ale szczegółowa analiza konkretnych przypadków może ukazać podstawowe problemy przy ich realizacji, a także długookresowe konsekwencje określonych zaniedbań lub błędów negocjacyjnych. (abstrakt oryginalny)

The paper aims to show how offset transactions contribute to an accelerated development of various industries. The author describes the principal guidelines of government policy vis-à-vis offset agreements, showing a framework of relationships between the main forms of offset strategies and the goals of industrial development in both the civilian and defense sectors. Further in the article, the author offers a concise model of technological development spurred by offset transactions. The model is illustrated by numerous examples of offset transactions made in recent years between partners from various regions of the world. The economic effects of offset transactions on industrial development are unclear, the author concludes, but a detailed analysis of specific examples of such transactions may help reveal the basic problems that arise in the course of such projects, along with the long-term implications of poor performance and negotiation mistakes in this area. The paper ends with a brief analysis of Poland’s defense industry and its prospects for the future, including plans to establish a single defense corporation based on the use of new technology secured by Poland under offset agreements signed by the government over the past several years. (original abstract)
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ISSN
0867-0005
Language
pol
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