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Defence and Peace Economics

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Volume 27, issue 4, 2016

Growth recovery after civil conflict: a fractional integration approach pp. 453-479 Downloads
Luis Gil-Alana and Prakarsh Singh
Economic sanctions and official ethnic discrimination in target countries, 1950--2003 pp. 480-502 Downloads
Dursun Peksen
The growth in military expenditure in Germany 1951--2011: did parties matter? pp. 503-519 Downloads
Björn Kauder and Niklas Potrafke
Evolutionary determinants of war pp. 520-534 Downloads
Kai Konrad and Florian Morath
Defensive weapons and star wars: a supergame with optimal punishments pp. 535-548 Downloads
Giampiero Giacomello and Luca Lambertini
National security, military spending and the business cycle pp. 549-570 Downloads
Gonzalo F-de-Córdoba and Jose Torres
Military expenditure and income distribution in South Korea pp. 571-581 Downloads
Yemane Wolde-Rufael

Volume 27, issue 3, 2016

Military Spending and Growth: The Role of Institutions pp. 301-322 Downloads
Ryan Compton and Bryan Paterson
Defence budgets in the post-Cold War era: a spatial econometrics approach pp. 323-352 Downloads
Karl Skogstad
Why internal conflict deteriorates state capacity? Evidence from Colombian municipalities pp. 353-377 Downloads
Mauricio Cardenas, Marcela Eslava and Santiago Ramirez
Externalities in Military Spending and Growth: The Role of Natural Resources as a Channel through Conflict pp. 378-391 Downloads
Vusal Musayev
A Nonlinear Model of Military Expenditure Convergence: Evidence From Estar Nonlinear Unit Root Test pp. 392-403 Downloads
Chi Keung Lau, Ender Demir and Mehmet Bilgin
Group support for political violence: The role of emotions and expressive choice in creating conflict or providing peace pp. 404-422 Downloads
Colin Jennings
Country survey: Angola pp. 423-432 Downloads
Carlos Barros
The impact of military spending and income inequality on economic growth in Turkey pp. 433-452 Downloads
Unal Tongur and Adem Elveren

Volume 27, issue 2, 2016

Walter Oi and his contributions to the All-Volunteer Force -- theory, evidence, persuasion pp. 161-171 Downloads
John Warner and Paul F. Hogan
Special issue: defence inflation pp. 172-175 Downloads
Keith Hartley and Binyam Solomon
Defense inflation: what has happened, why has it happened, and what can be done about it? pp. 176-183 Downloads
Edward G. Keating and Mark V. Arena
UK defence inflation and cost escalation pp. 184-207 Downloads
Keith Hartley
Investment cost escalation -- an overview of the literature and revised estimates pp. 208-230 Downloads
Kjetil Hove and Tobias Lillekvelland
Inflation adjustments for defense acquisition pp. 231-257 Downloads
Stanley A. Horowitz, Bruce R. Harmon and Daniel B. Levine
Defence-specific inflation -- the Swedish perspective pp. 258-279 Downloads
Peter Nordlund
The Capability Factors as Explanatory Variables of Equipment Unit Cost Growth: A Methodological Proposal pp. 280-298 Downloads
Juha-Matti Lehtonen and Jukka Anteroinen

Volume 27, issue 1, 2016

Spatial Distribution of Minority Communities and Terrorism: Domestic Concentration versus Transnational Dispersion pp. 1-36 Downloads
Bryan J. Arva and James A. Piazza
Ethnic groups, political exclusion and domestic terrorism pp. 37-63 Downloads
Seung-Whan Choi and James A. Piazza
The impact of Syrian refugees on the labor market in neighboring countries: empirical evidence from Jordan pp. 64-86 Downloads
Ali Fakih and May Ibrahim
Military expenditures, economic growth and spatial spillovers pp. 87-104 Downloads
Jülide Yildirim and Nadir Öcal
Military spending and growth: a small open economy stochastic growth model pp. 105-116 Downloads
Shin-Chyang Lee, Cheng-Te Lee and Shang-Fen Wu
Socioeconomic impact of conflict: state of emergency ruling in Turkey pp. 117-136 Downloads
Ayşegül Kayaoğlu
Military expenditure and economic development in China: an empirical inquiry pp. 137-160 Downloads
Fumitaka Furuoka, Mikio Oishi and Mohd Aminul Karim

Volume 26, issue 6, 2015

Do migrant remittances react to bouts of terrorism? pp. 567-582 Downloads
Mazhar Mughal and Amar Anwar
Why a small probability of terror generates a large macroeconomic impact pp. 583-599 Downloads
Ziv Naor
A Note on the Effect of Terrorism on Economic Sentiment pp. 600-608 Downloads
Konstantinos Drakos and Christos Kallandranis
The causal nexus between military spending and unemployment in the G7: a bootstrap panel causality test pp. 609-622 Downloads
Ming Zhong, Tsangyao Chang, D. P. Tang and Yemane Wolde-Rufael
The effect of military service system change on the demand for military expenditure pp. 623-633 Downloads
Sheng Tung Chen, Jyun-Wei Lai and Arwin Pang
How Different Terrorist Attacks Affect Stock Markets pp. 634-648 Downloads
Faheem Aslam and Hyoung-Goo Kang

Volume 26, issue 5, 2015

Using Combat Losses of Medical Personnel to Estimate the Impact of Trauma Care in Battle: Evidence from World War II, Korea, Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan pp. 465-490 Downloads
Chris Rohlfs, Ryan Sullivan, Jeffrey Treistman and Ying Deng
Workplace goals and output quality: evidence from time-constrained recruiting goals in the US navy pp. 491-515 Downloads
Jeremy Arkes and Jesse Cunha
Performance measurement in military operations: information versus incentives pp. 516-535 Downloads
Leo J. Blanken and Jason J. Lepore
Territorial contestation and repressive violence in civil war pp. 536-554 Downloads
J. M. Quinn
When are nuclear weapons worth having? pp. 555-565 Downloads
Antti-Ville Suni

Volume 26, issue 4, 2015

Why nations fail: defense spending, fighting commitment and, inter-nations-prosperity-poverty-gap pp. 357-382 Downloads
Binbin Meng
Country failure and social grievances in the Greek Civil War 1946-1949: An economic approach pp. 383-407 Downloads
Nicos Christodoulakis
Military spending and democracy pp. 409-423 Downloads
Jennifer Brauner
Market reactions to regulations on minerals from the democratic republic of the Congo pp. 425-441 Downloads
William Seitz
Military Spending and Economic Growth in the Middle East Countries: Bootstrap Panel Causality Test pp. 443-456 Downloads
Chia-I Pan, Tsangyao Chang and Yemane Wolde-Rufael
Modelling the demand for national security expenditure: a note pp. 457-464 Downloads
Suzanna-Maria Paleologou

Volume 26, issue 3, 2015

Can free trade help convert the 'Arab Spring' into permanent peace and democracy? pp. 247-270 Downloads
Thorvaldur Gylfason, Inmaculada Martínez-Zarzoso and Per Magnus Wijkman
The effect of military expenditure on stock market development: panel evidence from system GMM estimates pp. 271-287 Downloads
Sakiru Solarin and Pritish Sahu
Defense Strategy Transition and Economic Growth Under External Predation pp. 289-309 Downloads
Taoxiong Liu and Bihua Zhou
The Long-run Causal Relationship Between Military Expenditure and Economic Growth in China: Revisited pp. 311-326 Downloads
Ourania Dimitraki and Faek Menla Ali
Defense Expenditure and Income Inequality: Evidence on Co-integration and Causality for China pp. 327-339 Downloads
Binbin Meng, William Lucyshyn and Xiangqian Li
Revisiting the Defense-Growth nexus in European countries pp. 341-356 Downloads
Tsangyao Chang, Chien-Chiang Lee and Hsiao-Ping Chu

Volume 26, issue 2, 2015

A regional investigation of the interrelationships between domestic and transnational terrorism: a time series analysis pp. 133-151 Downloads
Cameron Napps and Walter Enders
Economic shocks & civil conflict onset in Sub-Saharan Africa, 1981-2010 pp. 153-177 Downloads
Stijn van Weezel
The value of military intelligence pp. 179-211 Downloads
Eyal Pecht and Asher Tishler
The Keynesian IS-MR Model and Military Spending pp. 213-221 Downloads
W. Robert J. Alexander
Empirical analysis of the defense interdependence between Japan and the United States pp. 223-231 Downloads
Shio Ando
Defense spending and economic growth: Extended empirical analysis for the European Union pp. 233-246 Downloads
Mert Topcu and Ilhan Aras

Volume 26, issue 1, 2015

Defense Spending, Natural Resources, and Conflict pp. 1-3 Downloads
Hamid E. Ali
Military Expenditures and Natural Resources: Evidence from Rentier States in the Middle East and North Africa pp. 5-13 Downloads
Hamid E. Ali and Omnia A. Abdellatif
Military Expenditure, Economic Growth and Heterogeneity pp. 15-31 Downloads
John Dunne and Nan Tian
Does Military Spending Crowd Out Social Welfare Expenditures? Evidence from a Panel of OECD Countries pp. 33-48 Downloads
Eric Lin, Hamid E. Ali and Yu-Lung Lu
Military Expenditures, Income Inequality, Welfare and Political Regimes: A Dynamic Panel Data Analysis pp. 49-74 Downloads
Unal Tongur and Adem Elveren
The Shifting Determinants of Defense Spending Preferences Between 1980 and 2008 pp. 75-88 Downloads
Sencer Ecer and Nicholas J. Veasey
Resource rents, institutions, and violent civil conflicts pp. 89-113 Downloads
Ibrahim Ahmed Elbadawi and Raimundo Soto
Resource Dependence and Armed Violence: Impact on Sustainability in Developing Countries pp. 115-132 Downloads
Gilles Carbonnier and Natascha Wagner
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