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The economics of Third World military expenditure

by David K. Whynes

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Published by University of Texas Press in Austin .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Developing countries
    • Subjects:
    • Developing countries -- Armed Forces -- Appropriations and expenditures,
    • Developing countries -- Military policy,
    • Developing countries -- Economic policy

    • Edition Notes

      StatementDavid K. Whynes.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsUA17 .W59 1979b
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiv, 165 p. :
      Number of Pages165
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4430557M
      ISBN 100292720270
      LC Control Number79063504

      military spending considered how military spending affects the growth of economies, in single country studies and moving from cross section to panel analysis. There was certainly little evidence of military spending playing an important positive role in economic growth and many argued it was likely to have a negative effect. The lack of 1. A bstract. The general stereotype of modern Third World military regimes is that of ultra‐conservativism combined with military force to dismantle organizations of popular expression. These organizations through their rent‐seeking activities are assumed to have reduced overall rates of economic growth. Empirically, the paper does find some support for .

      Third World military expenditures are likely to lie. This hypothesis is tested using cross section data for the period of the early s. 2. Assessment of Non-Economic Approaches In discussing the role which economic factors can play in affecting our understanding of the growth in Third World armaments, it is use­. (MIC), military spending, militia, new world order, non-state actors, participator, peace dividend, procurement, peacekeeping, redeployment, security, state, subsidiarity, which ended up with just over one third of global military expenditures by An extensive discussion of the complex factors Economics of Military Expenditures.

      Chan, Steve. “Military Expenditures and Economic Performance,” pp. 29–37 in US Arms Control and Disarmament Agency (US ADCA), World Military Expenditures and Arms Transfer Washington, DC: US ACDA, Google ScholarCited by: 3. Pages in category "Military economics". The following 38 pages are in this category, out of 38 total.


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Three recent books by three experts on defence economics analyse the economic impact of military expenditure on economic growth and development in Less Developed Countries (LDCs). Saadet Deger's theoretical economic analysis betrays a strong bias against militarism and militarization in contemporary by: In the past decade defense expenditures in the developing world have risen sharply, at twice the rate of growth of per capita income.

Many ask: Would money not spent on the military be used for social and economic development. The author's assumption is affirmative, but even if one has a skeptical view on this central question there is much to be learned from this careful.

The Economics of Third World Military Expenditure Paperback – 14 Jan. by David K. Whynes (Author)Author: David K. Whynes. A third and final section will tight the literature of total Demand and level of military expenditure, and the relationship between defence spending and economic growth.

Here most studies demonstrate that there is an inverse relationship between economic growth and defence spending File Size: KB. The Economic Effects of Military Expenditure in Third World Countries gation into whether there is societal improve-ment in terms of life expectancy, nutrition, health, education and recognition of human rights for all.

The problem of militarism and militariza-tion is crucial if the quality of development is to be evaluated. Many political theorists. Book Review Military expenditure in third world countries: The economic effects Saadet Deger Routledge & Kegan Paul, London, for the International Library of Economics.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Whynes, David K. Economics of Third World military expenditure. Austin: University of Texas Press, © military expenditure, external threats, corruption, and other relevant controls. While growth falls with higher levels of military spending, given the values of the other independent variables, we show that military expenditure in the presence of threats increases growth.

We explain the presence of these non-linearities in an extendedFile Size: KB. The mean level of military expenditure as a share of GNP (MES) was percent, well below the peak of percent in InMES averaged only percent in Latin America and percent in sub-Saharan Africa - the two regions with the most severe economic by: I.

The Role of Economic Environments in Affecting Third World Military Expenditures; II. Third World Defense Expenditures and Economic Growth in the s; III. Military Keynesianism in the Third World: An Assessment of Non-military Motivations for Arms Production; IV. The Impact of Regime Type of Third World Defense Allocations; V.

Military Expenditure in Third World Countries: The Economic Effects. Routledge & Kegan Paul/New York: Methuen,pp. $ Purchase. A careful study by an economist in Britain, which seeks to examine the economic costs and opportunities of defense spending in developing countries.

Downloadable. Three recent books by three experts on defence economics analyse the economic impact of military expenditure on economic growth and development in Less Developed Countries (LDCs).

Saadet Deger's theoretical economic analysis betrays a strong bias against militarism and militarization in contemporary society. Nicole Ball presents a more. creased their military expenditure by 25 percent or more. This paper will discuss some of the ways in which military expenditure might be ex­ pected to interact with economic growth and socio-economic development in the third world.

One important objective of this discussion will be to demonstrate the care with. War and military expenditure in developing countries and their consequences for development Paul Collier Developing countries have enough problems without either the waste of resources constituted by military expenditure, or the social and economic destruction brought about by warfare.

I briefly review the evidence on theCited by: New to this edition is an introductory section in chapter three on theories of development. Other new sections treat such topics as the debt problem and IMF stabilization policies, the economic impact of rising military expenditures, women and development, the role of Central Banks, and the recently rejoined public debate over the relative merits of free markets versus government.

ECONOMICS OF THIRD WORLD MILITARY EXPENDITURES The philosophy underlying this approach implicitly assumes that the ramifications of defense expenditures will be largely conditioned not by their dollar amount, or share of GNP per se, but instead by the economic environment in which they are undertaken.

Rent or buy The Economics of Third World Military Expenditure - The twin objectives of this book are to identity the determinants and to explore the implications of Third World military expenditure.

Beginning with a descriptive profile of Third World military expenditure, the study uses cross-national and longitudinal data to explore the determinants and implications across a range of issues areas.

On the basis of this analysis, the book concludes .