Economics of Peace and Security

Edited by : James K. Galbraith, Jurgen Brauer, and Lucy L. Webster,

- Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, The University of Texas at Austin, Senior Scholar at Jerome Levy Economics Institute and Chair of Economics Allied for Arms Reduction, USA
- Augusta State University, USA
- Economists Allied for Arms Reduction (ECAAR), USA

The Evolving Economics of War and Peace


James K. Galbraith, Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, The University of Texas at Austin, Senior Scholar at Jerome Levy Economics Institute and Chair of Economics Allied for Arms Reduction, USA

1. The Economics of Peace and Security

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War, Peace and Economists

Fanny Coulomb, Universite Pierre Mendes France of Grenoble, C.E.D.S.I., Espace Europe, France

Jacques Fontanel, Faculte des Sciences Economiques, Universite Pierre Mendes France of Grenoble, Scientific

Director of Espace Europe, France

2. Economics of of Military Expenditures

Lucy L. Webster, Economists Allied for Arms Reduction (ECAAR), USA

Determinants of Military Expenditure

Ron P. Smith, Department of Economics, Birkbeck College, UK

The Defense Budget Process

Richard F. Kaufman, Bethesda Research Center, USA

Military Procurement and Technological Change

Gregory Hooks, Department of Sociology, Washington State University, USA

The Concept of a Peace Dividend

Michael D. Intriligator, Department of Economics, University of California, USA

Patterns of Military Spending after the Cold War

Sanjeev Gupta, Expenditure Policy Division, 3-700, Fiscal Affairs Department, International Monetary Fund(IMF), USA

The Fate of the State

William S. Lind, Center for Cultural Conservatism, The Free Congress Foundation, USA

3. Economics of Peace Processes

Lucy L. Webster, Economists Allied for Arms Reduction (ECAAR), USA

The Effect of Ending Hostilities on Output and Employment

Paul Davidson, University of Tennessee, USA

Economic Dimensions of Peace Agreements

J. Grussendorf, University of Texas at Austin, USA

L.R. Kurtz, University of Texas at Austin, USA

Economic Conversion, Demobilization and Reintegration

Lloyd J. Dumas, School of Social Sciences, University of Texas at Dallas, USA

Building Institutions for Peacemaking and Peacekeeping

Jurgen Brauer, Augusta State University, USA

Dietrich Fischer, Pace University, USA

Peace-Keeping Operations

Lawrence R. Klein, Department of Economics, University of Pennsylvania, USA

4. Economics of Global Threats

Lucy L. Webster, Economists Allied for Arms Reduction (ECAAR), USA

The Logic Threat and Deterrence Today

J. Steinbruner, School of Public Affairs, University of Maryland, USA

The Economics of Chemical and Biological Weapons

Carlos Seiglie, Rutgers University, USA

Mayeul Kauffmann, Université Pierre Mendes France, France

Global and Regional Security Alliances

Carlos Seiglie, Rutgers University, USA

Sylvie Matelly, Universite Pierre Mendes, France

5. Economics of Arms and Development

Lucy L. Webster, Economists Allied for Arms Reduction (ECAAR), USA

The Military Dimension of North-South Trade

D. Kiefer, University of Utah, USA

The Effects of Arms Races on War and Development

G. Harris, University of Natal, South Africa

Arms Industry and the Globalization Process

Keith Hartley, Centre foe Defence Economics, University of York, UK


 

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