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Appendix 8A. The volume of transfers of major conventional weapons: by recipients and suppliers, 1997–2001

BJÖRN HAGELIN, PIETER D. WEZEMAN, SIEMON T. WEZEMAN AND NICHOLAS CHIPPERFIELD

 

Appendix 8B. The volume of transfers of major conventional weapons: by regions and other groups of recipients and suppliers, 1992-2001

BJÖRN HAGELIN, PIETER D. WEZEMAN, SIEMON T. WEZEMAN AND NICHOLAS CHIPPERFIELD

 

Appendix 8C. Register of transfers and licensed production of major conventional weapons, 2001

BJÖRN HAGELIN, PIETER D. WEZEMAN, SIEMON T. WEZEMAN AND NICHOLAS CHIPPERFIELD

Appendices 8A, 8B and 8C provide data on the transfers of major conventional weapons.

 

Appendix 8D. Sources and methods for arms transfers data

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Appendix 8D explains the sources and methods for the data collection.

Appendix 8E. Government and industry data on national arms exports

PIETER D. WEZEMAN

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Appendix 8E contains government and industry data on national arms exports in 1996–2000.

 

Nicholas Chipperfield (United Kingdom) is a Research Assistant on the SIPRI Arms Transfers Project and has contributed to the SIPRI Yearbook since 2000. Before joining SIPRI he worked for the British American Security Information Council (BASIC) in Washington, DC and London.

Dr Björn Hagelin (Sweden) is the Leader of the SIPRI Arms Transfers Project. Before joining SIPRI in 1998 he was a Researcher and Associate Professor at the Department of Peace and Conflict Research, Uppsala University. His recent publications include a chapter on Sweden’s defence industry in eds A. Eriksson and J. Hallenberg, The Changing European Defence Industry Sector: Consequences for Sweden? (2000). He also contributed to Gummett, P. and James, A. (eds), The European Defence Industry and the New Arms Economy (Palgrave, forthcoming), the final report of the international project Managing European Technology: Defence and Competitiveness Issues.

Pieter D. Wezeman (Netherlands) is a Researcher on the SIPRI Arms Transfers Project. He has authored or co-authored several articles and papers on arms export issues. From 2000 he has focused on the issue of small arms transfers to areas of conflict. He has contributed to the SIPRI Yearbook since 1995.

Siemon T. Wezeman (Netherlands) is a Researcher on the SIPRI Arms Transfers Project. He is co-author (with Edward J. Laurance and Herbert Wulf) of SIPRI Research Report no. 6, Arms Watch: SIPRI Report on the First Year of the UN Register of Conventional Arms (1993), (with Bates Gill and J. N. Mak) of ASEAN Arms Acquisitions: Developing Transparency (1995) and (with Pieter D. Wezeman) of a paper for the Bonn International Center for Conversion (BICC) on Dutch surplus weapon exports (1996). He has contributed to SIPRI Research Report no. 13, Arms, Transparency and Security in South-East Asia (1997) and to the SIPRI Yearbook since 1993.

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