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Political Business Strategies and the Political Economy of Transatlantic Trade: Airbus and Boeing

C. Crombez, S. Van Kerckhoven and W. Van Gestel

Review of Business and Economic Literature, 2011, vol. 56, issue 2, 224-244

Abstract: This paper studies the nonmarket environment and possible nonmarket strategies of Airbus, with a focus on the WTO disputes between the European Union and the United States regarding their subsidies for Airbus and Boeing. The paper studies the institutions involved in transatlantic trade negotiations, and analyzes the market for large civil aircraft. It provides an overview of the WTO disputes and where they stand today. Furthermore it discusses optimal trategies for Airbus and Boeing.

Date: 2011
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