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  • Author:
    Thierry Malleret
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    0813386055
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    978-0813386058
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    Routledge; 1 edition (June 29, 1992)
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    72 pages
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oceedings{onOT, title {Conversion of the defense . Introduction the conversion framework the politics of conversion an abortive process - 1989 to summer 1991 a painful process - fall 1991.

oceedings{onOT, title {Conversion of the defense industry in the former Soviet Union}, author {Thierry Malleret}, year {1992} }. Thierry Malleret. Publications citing this paper. Reform and the Revolution in Russian Defense Economics.

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Routledge Published June 29, 1992 Textbook - 72 Pages ISBN 9780813386058 - CAT K366875.

Malleret, T. (1992), Conversion of the defence industry in the former Soviet Union, Institute for East-West Security Studies, Occasional Paper No. 23, Westview Press, New York. 1988), Civilian and military engineering, in Berry, . Science & Technology in the USSR, Longman, Harlow. 1 September 1992), US fears Moscow still makes germ weapons, International Herald Tribune, pp. 1, . oogle Scholar. February 1990), The Aral: A Soviet sea lies dying, National Geographic, 177, No. 2, pp. 7392.

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Author of two widely-read books on the defense industry, Jacques Gansler takes a hard look at the need to convert the . In Gansler's view, the end of the Cold War with the former Soviet Union represents a permanent downturn rather than a cyclical decline in the defense budget.

Author of two widely-read books on the defense industry, Jacques Gansler takes a hard look at the need to convert the industry from an inefficient and noncompetitive part of the . economy to an integrated, civilian/military operation. He defines the challenges, especially the influence of old-line defense interests, and presents examples of restructuring.

This paper outlines aspects of Soviet military and civilian industry, discusses the conversion of defense industry capacity .

This paper outlines aspects of Soviet military and civilian industry, discusses the conversion of defense industry capacity to civilian purposes, evaluates conversion, and outlines the traditional aspects of Soviet conversion policy.