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The UK Offset Model: From Participation to Engagement

This study examines the rise and demise of offset from the British perspective. The UK’s Industrial Participation policy was deliberately crafted as an open and liberal regime, and was thus strikingly different to most other countries’ more prescriptive offset frameworks. Officials long argued that the policy’s distinctive emphasis on competitiveness and open-market processes proved the catalyst for successful outcomes.

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