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Economic and social consequences of the arms race and of military expenditures.

United Nations.

Economic and social consequences of the arms race and of military expenditures.

by United Nations.

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Economic data is from the World Bank, World Development Report (New York: Oxford University Press, ). Military variables are from: United States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, World Military Expenditures and Arms Transfers – (ACDA, ). CrossRef Google Scholar. For a discussion of the various sources and measures of military spending, see Mosley, The Arms Race, pp. Of course, the more characteristic type of spending of the welfare state, government transfer payments, increased even more enormously.

This chapter reviews the literature on causes of arms races, their consequences, and when a state should build up arms and engage in an arms race if necessary. The literature tends to equate external causes with threats; the chapter argues for a broader understanding that includes all causes of rational arming behavior. Internal causes of arms races are then understood to be factors within the.   Perhaps with that session in mind, the report, which is titled “Economic and Social Consequences of the Arms Race and, Military Expenditures,” suggested the .

We then estimate military spending as a function of the threat of armed interstate conflict and other influences: arms races, the defense expenditures of friendly countries, actual military. World Military and Social Expenditures book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. One of the most concise & revealing means of m 5/5(1).


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Study on the economic and social consequences of the arms race and military expenditures. [United Nations. Department for Disarmament Affairs.; United Nations. Secretary-General.; United Nations. Group of Consultant Experts on the Economic and Social Consequences of the Arms Race and Military Expenditures.;].

Economic and social consequences of the arms race and of military expenditures. New York: United Nations, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: United Nations. Secretary-General.; United Nations.

Department of Political and Security. Get this from a library. Economic and social consequences of the arms race and of military expenditures: updated report of the Secretary-General.

[United Nations. Secretary-General.; United Nations. Group of Consultant Experts on the Economic and Social Consequences of the Arms Race and Military Expenditures.; United Nations Centre for Disarmament.]. The Disarmament Study Series highlights United Nations General Assembly studies in the field of disarmament undertaken by groups of governmental experts.

Pursuant of resolution 35/ of 12 Decemberthis report analyzes the economic and social consequences of the arms race and its extremely harmful effects on world peace and security.

The Post-Cold War Growth of Military Expenditure (). Credit: Aziz and Asadullah (), based on the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute () data.

The publication contains the report of the Group of Consultant Experts on the Economic and Social Consequences of the Arms Race and of Military Expenditures, which held. The publication contains the report of the Group of Consultant Experts on the Economic and Social Consequences of the Arms Race and Military Expenditures, which held.

Norton, New York, 5. Children's Defense Fund. "Children's Defense Budget, FY " Washington, DC, 6. Department of Political and Security Council Affairs, United Nations Center for Disarmament. "Economic and Social Consequences of the Arms Race and of Military Expenditures." United Nations, New York, 7.

Erickcek, G. Letter. Certainly, countries that must import arms will see more negative economic effects of an arms race, and arms imports are a major contributor to debt in the developing world.

Even for arms-producing countries, excessive military expenditure is likely eventually to have negative economic consequences. Expresses its thanks to the Secretary-General and to the Group of Consultant Experts on the Economic and Social Consequences of the Arms Race and of Military Expenditures, as well as to the.

Get this from a library. The arms race and development. [United Nations. Secretary-General.; United Nations. Group of Consultant Experts on the Economic and Social Consequences of the Arms Race and Military Expenditures.]. Economic and Social Consequences of the Arms Race and of Military Expenditures.

10 Reduction of Military Budgets: Refinement of International Reporting and Comparison of Military Expenditures. The proliferation of arms and the pursuit of ever more arcane and dangerous weapons are our ultimate line of defense.

But the arms race, as I hope to make clear, does not strengthen free institutions or free enterprise.

On the contrary, it is gravely weakening our economic and social system. Keywords: economic analysis of war, economic thought, arms race, economic war, globalization, militarism and capitalism, economic impact of military expenditures, disarmament, peace economists Contents 1.

Introduction 2. The Pacifying Economy 3. Relations between Foreign Policy and Economic. Even fewer quantitative studies have analyzed the military expenditures in India and Pakistan as an arms race. Paul, Nikolaidou, and Smith () and Yildirim and Ocal () found a bidirectional.

Study on the Economic and Social Consequences of the Arms Race and Military Expenditures: Sep A/37/ Economic and social consequences of the arms race and of military expenditures: The economic consequences of the arms race—military spending is harmful for growth 7 July The Post-Cold War Growth of Military Expenditure.

and Economic Growth in Greece and the Arms Race between Greece and Turkey,” Journal of Economics Library, Vol. 3, No. 1 (), p. 7Constantin et al., Study on the Economic and Social Consequences of the Arms Race and Military Expenditures (New York: United Nation Publication, ), p.

More Guns, Less Butter. The arms race between Great Britain and Germany that occurred from the last decade of the nineteenth century until the advent of World War I in was one of the intertwined causes of that based in a bilateral relationship that had worsened over many decades, the arms race began with a plan by German Admiral Alfred von Tirpitz in to create a fleet in being to force.

Using fixed effects, random effects, and Arellano–Bond GMM estimators, I examine the growth effects of military expenditure, arms trade, and their interaction in a balanced panel of 28 countries.Global military spending reaches new record high – SIPRI figures show: the international arms race continues.

Despite the burning need to solve the major global problems together on the basis of cooperation, the industrial nations continue to rely on arms races and rivalry.This report first appeared in with the title Worldwide Defense Expenditures when Ruth Leger Sivard was in charge of international economic studies at the Arms Control and Disarmamant Agency (ACDA), the United States government agency responsible for overseeing the country’s armament and disarmament.

William M. Sprecher assisted in producing this publication which received wide attention.