An analysis of Turkey's Defense Systems Acquisition Policy
Jones, Lawrence R.
Boudreau, Michael W.
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The purpose of this MBA thesis is to analyze Turkey's defense systems acquisition policy and its effects on the defense industry over a decade. This thesis provides an overview of the global trends in defense spending and defense markets, explains the defense industry policies of major players in the defense market, gives an overview of secondtier countries' industry development models, explains Turkey's defense systems acquisition policy, and analyzes the policy effects of the defense industry. The thesis concludes with findings and required actions for the future.
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