The economics of international security : essays in honour of Jan Tinbergen
- edited by Manas Chatterji, Henk Jager, and Annemarie Rima.
- New York, N.Y. : St. Martin's Press, 1994.
- Physical description
- xviii, 282 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- S.Bonetti - PART 3: ECONOMIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONVERSION AND GLOBAL INSTITUTIONS - Experiences of Soviet Conversion
- S.Menshikov - Conversion in Czechoslovakia: Experience and Preliminary Results
- L.Urban - Employment Effects of US Military Spending Reductions in the Early 1990s: Some Methodological Considerations
- J.Brauer & J.T.Marlin - Conversion in China
- C.Benliang - Measuring the Effects of Military Spending: Cross-Sections or Time-Series?
- R.Smith - Armament and Development: An Empirical Assessment of the Impact of Military Spending on Economic Growth in Developing Countries
- A.Mintz & R.T.Stevenson - Environmental Issues and International Security: A Commentary
- I.Sebastian - The Role of International Institutions and Superpowers after the End of the Cold War
- A.Hattori - A World Marshall Plan and Disarmament
- R.J.Schwartz - Index.
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- Publisher's summary
The objective of this text is to present an integrated set of original papers from leading authorities in the field related to optimal balance between arms reduction and regional and international security. The emphasis is on economics and management rather than politics and diplomacy. There is also discussion of the impact of war economics and economics on war.
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