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'The Hartley-Hooper annotated bibliography The Economics of Defence, Disarmament and Peace provides a much needed guide to the literature in a field of obvious importance and of growing interest. It will be of great value to researchers, to students, to government officials, and to defense industry analysts in providing a key to prior work.
The Economics of Defence, Disarmament and Peace. Keith Hartley and Nick Hooper. in Books from Edward Elgar Publishing. Abstract: This major reference work is a comprehensive critical guide to the large and growing literature on the economics of defence, disarmament and peace.
It covers the cost of defence spending and its effects on growth, investment, unemployment, technical change and Cited by: 3. Downloadable. This major reference work is a comprehensive critical guide to the large and growing literature on the economics of defence, disarmament and peace.
It covers the cost of defence spending and its effects on growth, investment, unemployment, economics of defence change and other aspects of a nation’s economic performance.
It includes material on the determinants of defence spending. Defense economics is the study of both defense and peace issues, using the tools of modern economics.
It covers a range of issues, including nuclear proliferation, resource disputes, environmental externalities, ethnic conflicts, and terrorism, all of which present grave threats to peace and security.
In a post-Cold War world military and political dangers are probably more numerous and more. This chapter shows how economics can be applied to newly emerging issues such as new threats from regional conflicts and terrorism1 as well as disarmament, peace and peace-keeping.
It is shown how defence and peace book use. economic theory to explain and understand these new security topics and how economic models offer policy : Keith Hartley. Defence policy is of continuing interest and concern to all nations. There are armed conflicts and new threats.
Difficult choices cannot be avoided. This book has three aims. First, to identify the typical questions raised by economists when studying defence policy. Overall, defence economics deals with all aspects of the economics of war and conflicts, disarmament and peace.
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Register to receive personalised research and resources by email. Sign me up. (). Economic aspects of disarmament: Arms race and arms control issues.
Defence and Peace Economics: Vol. 5, The Economics of Disarmament, pp. Abstract. Defence economics is a new field of economics.
Its development and research agenda have reflected current events. Examples include the superpower arms race of the cold war, disarmament following the end of the cold war, international terrorism, peacekeeping and conflict.
“ The Economics of Disarmament: A Survey,” Defence and Peace Economics 5 (2): 87 – Fontanel, Jacques “ Economics of Disarmament,” in Hartley, Keith and Sandler, Todd (eds.), Handbook of Defense Economics, volume 1.
This major reference work is a comprehensive critical guide to the large and growing literature on the economics of defence, disarmament and peace. It includes material on the determinants of defence spending namely defence budgets, programme budgeting and procurement policy.
Defence and Peace Economic s, Special Issue, 11 (5), pp. - Middleton, A and Bowns, S with Hartley, K and Re id, J () The effect of defence R&D on military equipment quality.
“The Economics of the Global Defence Industry”: edited by Keith Hartley and Jean Belin, Routledge Studies in Defence and Peace Economics,ISBN. The economics of defense or defense economics is a subfield of economics, an application of the economic theory to the issues of military defense.
It is a relatively new field. An early specialized work in the field is the RAND Corporation report The Economics of Defense in the Nuclear Age by Charles J. Hitch and Roland McKean (, also published as a book). Defense economics examines peace as well as defense issues, using such macroeconomic and microeconomic tools as growth theory, static optimization, dynamic optimization, comparative statics, game theory and econometrics.
This book provides an up-to-date survey of the s: 3. Defence Economics: Achievements and Challenges. The economics of Peace and security Journal Institute for Economics & Peace (). Economic consequences of war on the US economy. International Institute for Strategic Studies (). The Military Balance London, Routledge.
KEYNES, J, M. The General Theory of Employment, Interest. The economics of disarmament is a new discipline. It involves analyses on the economic causes of the arms race, the definitions of disarmament and the economic determinants and military expenditure. Simultaneously, disarmament is considered as an obstacle to economic development, a peace dividend or an investment.
The European Defence Technological and Industrial Base Evaluating International Collaborative Projects The UK Defence Industrial Base Personnel Policy The Economics of Military Outsourcing The Economics of the New Security Environment: Terrorism, Conflict, Disarmament and Peace Conclusion show more.
The economic analysis of peace and defence and of arms industries and military expenditures is rapidly developing into an important area and topic of study for economists.
The International Economic Association debated it first in and also at its World Congress in This is the volume of the proceedings of a conference which took the subject further.
Nuclear Disarmament: Regional Perspectives on Progress, edited by P. Kamath Understanding Terrorism: A Socio-economic Perspective, edited by R Caruso and A. Locatelli The Evolving Boundaries of Defence: An Assessment of Recent Shifts in Defence Activities, edited by R.
Bellais Business, Ethics and Peace, edited by L. Bouckaert and M. Chatterji. Divided into three parts (Models of Disarmament and Conflict Analysis, Economic Conversion, and Management of Peace), this volume addresses specific topics such as techniques of management conflict, factors affecting military expenditures, new prospects for an East-West relationship, American strategic policy and NATO, defense expenditure and.
Are defense workers' jobs the price for peace. This episode of World of Ideas considered the fate of the 26 million Americans who depended on the defense budget for their livelihood. Defence and disarmament Atlantic, and that powerful advocacy of partnership in the alliance may produce it; sadly, the Williams brothers' book is an example of how not to do it.
Universit of Hll STEPHEN KIRBY Constraints on strategy: the economics of Western security. Edited by David B. Denoon. London: Pergamon-Brassey's. "Converting Resources from Military to Non-military Uses," Journal of Economic Perspectives, American Economic Association, vol.
6(4), pagesFall. Ron Smith & J. Paul Dunne & Eftychia Nikolaidou, "The econometrics of arms races," Defence and Peace Economics, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 11(1), pages O'Neill, Barry, Type: BOOK - Published: - Publisher: University of Toronto Press Get Books This study examines the consequences of disarmament on the British economy, looking at the impact of the withdrawal of defence expenditures on industry and employment, and suggests how defence spending could be replaced in order to create new civil demand.
She is the author of Military Expenditure in Third World Countries: The Economic Effects () and co-editor of Defence, Security and Development ().
She has published articles for international journals on disarmament and development, the economics of security in the Third World, and the arms trade, and is the author of chapters in the.
Read the latest chapters of Handbook of Defense Economics atElsevier’s leading platform of peer-reviewed scholarly literature. Shadows on the Wall: Deterrence and Disarmament by Keith B. al Institute Press,pp. Shadows on the Wall: Deterrence and Disarmament is the latest installment of deterrence thought from Dr.
Keith B. Payne and takes on the strategic nuclear deterrence policy debate from a unique perspective. This well-conceived and well-researched book reviews three competing. The Economics of Offsets: Defence Procurement and Coutertrade 1st Edition.
By Stephen Martin Aug Despite their growth, outlined and analysed in this book, the claims and counter-claims that surround offsets have not been subjected to critical scrutiny by economists.
This book fills that gap. The Do-Nothing Strategy. Of the books under review, the most pessimistic and least visionary is Murray Weidenbaum's Small Wars, Big Defense: Paying for the Military after the Cold War, published in Weidenbaum, former chair of Ronald Reagan's Council of Economic Advisors and now director of Washington University's Center for the Study of American Business, makes the best .Defence and Peace Economics (DPE) has established itself as the prime outlet of quality research in all aspects of the economics of defence, security, disarmament, conflict and peace.
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Source: The Oxford International Encyclopedia of Peace Author(s): Elahe Mohtasham, John Hart, Richard Dean Burns, Philip Towle, Richard Dean Burns, Elahe Mohtasham, Jack Mendelsohn, Walter C. Clemens Jr., John Hart.