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Case Studies in Defence Procurement and Logistics

 

Title:

Case Studies in Defence Procurement and Logistics

Author:

Edited by David Moore

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Binding:

Paperback

Publisher:

Liverpool Academic Press

Date:

07/10/2011

ISBN:

1903499615

9781903499610


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Case Studies in Defence Procurement and Logistics - Edited by David Moore
 
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This book provides nineteen cases focusing on defence acquisition and logistics issues that will give excellent learning opportunities to a range of readers. These include defence manufacturing, procurement, inventory and change management, as well as operational logistic scenarios.
This collection of cases should appeal to a wide-ranging audience including military personnel, those on defence education and training programmes, those in the defence industry, defence agencies and those engaged in defence-related research (an example being under- and post-graduate students on international politics and strategic studies courses).
However, such is the nature of these cases that they will also be relevant to and interesting for under- and post-graduate programmes in purchasing and logistics. They are suitable for use on MBA, PgDip and PgCert management courses.
As well as featuring nineteen cases, there is a foreword, notes on contributors, full acknowledgements, preface, notes on courses and subject areas to which the book has relevance. There is also a chapter on the nature of defence acquisition, logistics and supply chain management.


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Edited by David Moore.
Contributors include Peter D. Antill, Dr. Jeffrey P. Bradford, Jonathan P. Davies, Ivar Hellberg, Pete Ito, David Jenkins, Lt Cdr. Larry Parker, Dr. Peter Tatham, Prof. Trevor Taylor, Christianne Tipping, Anthony G. Williams and Stuart Young

 
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