Defence and Peace Economics: The Third Decade in Retrospect
Christos Kollias and
Defence and Peace Economics, 2020, vol. 31, issue 4, 377-386
Keeping with the established tradition in our journal, this paper reviews and surveys the last decade, that is volumes 21–30. It offers an overview of the thematic coverage of the papers published in Defence and Peace Economics and the changes that have occurred, points to existing gaps in the defence economics literature and possible future directions in the research agenda of this growing and vibrant field.
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