An integrated mathematical programming model for offset planning

@article{Radasch1998AnIM,
  title={An integrated mathematical programming model for offset planning},
  author={Deborah Koucky Radasch and N. K. Kwak},
  journal={Computers & OR},
  year={1998},
  volume={25},
  pages={1069-1083}
}
Abstract The ability of a company to compete successfully in a global environment often extends beyond the ability to sell a product at a given price or service level. International “deals” are often based upon the company's ability to provide access to international markets (economic benefits), be perceived as socially responsible and meet political requirements. These requirements come in the form of offset, industrial participation or countertrade. Unfortunately, these factors cannot be… CONTINUE READING

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