Politics & Principles in Defense Spending
ETHICS: EASIER SAID THAN DONE 1(2 & 3): 59-63, Spring- Summer 1988
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BOOTS ON THE GROUND AND DEFENSE SPENDING: THE IMPACTS OF U.S. TROOP DEPLOYMENTS ON DEFENSE SECTOR SPENDING OF HOST NATIONS Zomorrodian, Mahmood Reza (Georgetown University, 2017)U.S. troop deployments have been a staple of U.S. foreign policy and power projection since the conclusion of the cold war. American troops, as a result of this policy, have seen deployments across all parts of the world ...
DEFENSE SPENDING AND THE STATE ECONOMY: THE IMPACT OF FEDERAL DEFENSE SPENDING ON STATE LEVEL UNEMPLOYMENT AND PER CAPITA PERSONAL INCOME Schneider, Robert (Georgetown University, 2016)Annually accounting for the largest portion of federal discretionary appropriations, many Members of Congress and industry stakeholders argue that expenditures from the Department of Defense are a significant driver of the ...