Airbus and Boeing: Strengths and Limitations of Strong States
JOHN G. FRANCIS and ALEX F. PEVZNER focus on the rise of Airbus in the global aviation market over the past three decades to near parity with Boeing. They argue that the fortunes of Airbus cannot be understood without recognizing that historically, the manufacture of large commercial aircraft has been shaped by the industrial policies of strong states. The European consortium that produced Airbus was able to work as a strong state, anticipating the deepening economic integration of the European Union.
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