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Defence and Peace Economics

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Volume 29, issue 5, 2018

Empirical Biases and Some Remedies in Estimating the Effects of Selective Reenlistment Bonuses on Reenlistment Rates pp. 475-502 Downloads
Jeremy Arkes
The effect of terror on job stability among security guards pp. 503-524 Downloads
Aviad Tur-Sinai and Dmitri Romanov
Meaning of working and expectations: a research on professional soldier candidates in Turkey pp. 525-540 Downloads
Ugur Berk
The evaluation of a possible future Sino-Japanese armed conflict through the application of the ACEI-model pp. 541-556 Downloads
Mario Ruiz Estrada, Donghyun Park and Jung Suk Kim
Dissolution of an Empire: Insights from the İstanbul Bourse and the Ottoman War Bond pp. 557-575 Downloads
Avni Hanedar, Elmas Yaldız Hanedar, Erdost Torun and Hasan Ertugrul
Political economic perspectives of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict pp. 576-576 Downloads
Sami Miaari and Massimiliano Cali

Volume 29, issue 4, 2018

Is human trafficking the dark side of economic freedom? pp. 355-382 Downloads
Lauren R. Heller, Robert A. Lawson, Ryan H. Murphy and Claudia R. Williamson
Exploring the economic motivation of maritime piracy pp. 383-406 Downloads
Yasutaka Tominaga
Does Terrorism Increase after a Natural Disaster? An Analysis based upon Property Damage pp. 407-439 Downloads
Jomon Aliyas Paul and Aniruddha Bagchi
Does military spending stimulate growth? An empirical investigation in Italy pp. 440-458 Downloads
Pierluigi Daddi, Giorgio d’Agostino and Luca Pieroni
Economic impact of the ministry of defence’s budget: methodological design and results for the Spanish economy pp. 459-473 Downloads
José R. García, Joaquín Murillo, Jordi Suriñach and Esther Vayá

Volume 29, issue 3, 2018

What Is Known About Defence Research And Development Spill-Overs? pp. 225-246 Downloads
Carlos Martí Sempere
Security gradient and national defense – the optimal choice between a draft army and a professional army pp. 247-267 Downloads
Vesa Kanniainen and Staffan Ringbom
The Economic Effect of Military Facility Contraction: A Naval Case Study pp. 268-293 Downloads
Michael Asteris, David Clark and Shabbar Jaffry
The Regional Economic Effects of Military Base Realignments and Closures pp. 294-311 Downloads
Jim Lee
Why do they serve? Changes and differences in motives of Danish soldiers deployed to peace-keeping and peace-enforcing missions pp. 312-334 Downloads
Stéphanie Vincent Lyk-Jensen and Ane Glad
War for profit: English corsairs, institutions and decentralised strategy pp. 335-351 Downloads
Nicholas Kyriazis, Theodore Metaxas and Emmanouil M. L. Economou
An Economic Analysis of Conflicts. With an Application to the Greek Civil War 1946–1949 pp. 352-354 Downloads
Michel Zouboulakis

Volume 29, issue 2, 2018

The timing of third-party intervention in social conflict pp. 91-110 Downloads
Yang-Ming Chang, Zijun Luo and Yongjing Zhang
A cost–benefit analysis of terrorist attacks pp. 111-129 Downloads
Kjell Hausken
Mediation, Peacekeeping And Civil War Peace Agreements pp. 130-146 Downloads
Karl DeRouen and Ishita Chowdhury
A model of dynamic conflict in ethnocracies pp. 147-170 Downloads
Dripto Bakshi and Indraneel Dasgupta
Economic Sanctions and Banking Crises in Target Economies pp. 171-189 Downloads
Emre Hatipoglu and Dursun Peksen
Forced displacement and behavioral change: an empirical study of returnee households in the Nuba Mountains pp. 190-220 Downloads
Asha Abdel-Rahim, Dany Jaimovich and Aleksi Ylönen
The Political Economy of Predation, Manhunting and the Economics of Escape pp. 221-223 Downloads
Renaud Bellais

Volume 29, issue 1, 2018

Military and Veterans’ Health, Health Care, and Wellbeing pp. 1-5 Downloads
Jomana H. Amara
Analysis of an Alternative Military Healthcare Benefit Design pp. 6-23 Downloads
Sarah K. Burns, Philip M. Lurie and John E. Whitley
Health Insurance, Health Conditions, and Veteran Health Care Utilization pp. 24-43 Downloads
Projesh P. Ghosh, Sebastian Negrusa and John T. Warner
Casualty Rates of US Military Personnel During the Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan pp. 44-61 Downloads
Matthew S. Goldberg
Contrasting the Impacts of Combat and Humanitarian Assistance/Disaster Relief Missions on the Mental Health of Military Service Members pp. 62-77 Downloads
Jesse M. Cunha, Yu-Chu Shen and Zachary R. Burke
Clinical Characterization of Insomnia among Veterans with PTSD: Identifying Risk Factors for Diagnosis and Treatment with Sedative-Hypnotics pp. 78-90 Downloads
Adam D. Bramoweth, James Luther, Barbara H. Hanusa, Jon D. Walker, Charles W. Atwood and Anne Germain

Volume 28, issue 6, 2017

Editorial Board pp. (ebi)-(ebi) Downloads
The Editors
Military deployment and international terrorism: do location and mission type matter? pp. 621-633 Downloads
Caroline Buts and Cind Du Bois
The long term effects of an aging fleet on operational availability and cost: evidence from the U.S. coast guard pp. 634-651 Downloads
Christopher W. Lavin, Robert M. McNab and Ryan S. Sullivan
Performances of the defense industrial base in France: the role of small and medium enterprises pp. 652-668 Downloads
Sylvain Moura and Jean-Michel Oudot
Country survey: military expenditure and defence policy in Norway 1970–2013 pp. 669-685 Downloads
Alexander Urnes Johnson, Kjetil Hove and Tobias Lillekvelland
Does military spending promote social welfare? A comparative analysis of the BRICS and G7 countries pp. 686-702 Downloads
Ying Zhang, Xiaoxing Liu, Jiaxin Xu and Rui Wang
The interrelationship between defence spending, public expenditures and economic growth: evidence from China pp. 703-718 Downloads
Liming Zhao, Liang Zhao and Bing-Fu Chen
Military expenditure and economic growth in Middle Eastern countries and Turkey: a non-linear panel data approach pp. 719-730 Downloads
Duygu Yolcu Karadam, Julide Yildirim and Nadir Öcal
Does defence expenditure have a spillover effect on income inequality? A cross-regional analysis in China pp. 731-749 Downloads
Ying Zhang, Rui Wang and Dongqi Yao

Volume 28, issue 5, 2017

Educate or Adjudicate? Socioeconomic Heterogeneity and Welfare pp. 491-510 Downloads
Bilin Neyapti
Noncognitive skills and job match: evidence from military applicants pp. 511-533 Downloads
Elda Pema, Stephen Mehay and Simona Tick
Military spending and budget deficits: the impact of US military spending on public debt in Europe (1988–2013) pp. 534-549 Downloads
Raul Caruso and Marco Di Domizio
Does military expenditure increase external debt? Evidence from Asia pp. 550-567 Downloads
Muhammad Azam and Yi Feng
Defense–Growth Causality: Considerations of Regime-Switching and Time- and Country-Varying Effects pp. 568-584 Downloads
Tsai-Yuan Huang, Po-Chin Wu and Shiao-Yen Liu
Measuring the Impact of Military Spending: How Far Does a DSGE Model Deviate from Reality? pp. 585-608 Downloads
Yi-Hua Wu, Chih-Chin Ho and Eric Lin
The nexus between military expenditures and economic growth in the BRICS and the US: an empirical note pp. 609-620 Downloads
Ming Zhong, Tsangyao Chang, Samrat Goswami, Rangan Gupta and Tien-Wei Lou

Volume 28, issue 4, 2017

Introduction pp. 401-403 Downloads
Samuel Perlo-Freeman
SIPRI’s New Long Data-set on Military Expenditure: The Successes and Methodological Pitfalls pp. 404-421 Downloads
Samuel Perlo-Freeman
Military Expenditure Data: Theoretical and Empirical Considerations pp. 422-428 Downloads
Ronald Smith
Does Military Spending Matter for Long-run Growth? pp. 429-436 Downloads
Giorgio d’Agostino, John Dunne and Luca Pieroni
Factor Models in Panels with Cross-sectional Dependence: An Application to the Extended SIPRI Military Expenditure Data pp. 437-456 Downloads
Elisa Cavatorta and Ronald Smith
Trading Arms and the Demand for Military Expenditures: Empirical Explorations Using New SIPRI-Data pp. 457-472 Downloads
Oliver Pamp and Paul W. Thurner
Economic Growth and Demand for Military Expenditure in the Indo-Pacific Asia Region pp. 473-490 Downloads
Stefan Markowski, Satish Chand and Robert Wylie

Volume 28, issue 3, 2017

Carlos Pestana Barros pp. 271-271 Downloads
Luis Gil-Alana and Joao Ricardo Faria
The role and capabilities of major weapon systems transferred between 1950 and 2010: Empirical examinations of an arms transfer data set pp. 272-297 Downloads
Richard A.I. Johnson
The effects of local elections on national military spending: A cross-country study pp. 298-318 Downloads
Liuchun Deng and Yufeng Sun
A survey of performance issues in defence innovation pp. 319-343 Downloads
Carlos Martí Sempere
Quarrelsome committees in US defense acquisition: the KC-X case pp. 344-366 Downloads
Raymond Franck and Bernard Udis
Budget allocation, national security, military intelligence, and human capital: a dynamic model pp. 367-399 Downloads
Eyal Pecht and Asher Tishler

Volume 28, issue 2, 2017

The timing of contests pp. 137-149 Downloads
Gilles Grandjean and Petros Sekeris
Terrorist choice: a stochastic dominance and prospect theory analysis pp. 150-164 Downloads
Peter J. Phillips and Gabriela Pohl
Institutions, information, and commitment: the role of democracy in conflict pp. 165-187 Downloads
James Bang and Aniruddha Mitra
Does civil war hamper financial development? pp. 188-207 Downloads
M. Rashel Hasan and Syed Mansoob Murshed
The impact of political instability on the economic growth of ECOWAS member countries pp. 208-229 Downloads
Godwin Okafor
The human consequences of foreign military intervention pp. 230-249 Downloads
Emizet F. Kisangani and Jeffrey Pickering
The economic impact of peacekeeping. Evidence from South Sudan pp. 250-270 Downloads
Raul Caruso, Prabin Khadka, Ilaria Petrarca and Roberto Ricciuti

Volume 28, issue 1, 2017

Corrigendum pp. x-x Downloads
The Editors
Rational deterrence by proxy: designing cooperative security agreements pp. 1-33 Downloads
Catherine C. Langlois and Jean-Pierre P. Langlois
Community preferences, insurgency, and the success of reconstruction spending pp. 34-52 Downloads
Travers B. Child and David Scoones
The Rationality of Serb Leaders in the Bosnian War pp. 53-64 Downloads
Mario Ferrero
Defense spending and economic growth: evidence from China, 1952–2012 pp. 65-90 Downloads
Mie Augier, Robert McNab, Jerry Guo and Phillip Karber
Measuring hard power: China’s economic growth and military capacity pp. 91-111 Downloads
Peter Robertson and Adrian Sin
Does aid cause conflict in Pakistan? pp. 112-135 Downloads
Nadia Tahir
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