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Military spending in developing countries [electronic resource] : how much is too much? / Brian S. MacDonald.

By: MacDonald, Brian, 1939-.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: [Ottawa] : Carleton University Press, c1997Description: 1 online resource (220 p.).ISBN: 9780773583092 (electronic bk.); 0773583092 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Developing countries -- Armed Forces -- Appropriations and expenditures | Developing countries -- Military policy | Pays en voie de d�eveloppement -- Forces arm�ees -- Cr�edits budg�etaires et d�epenses | Pays en voie de d�eveloppement -- Politique militaire | Milit�arpolitik | Aufsatzsammlung | Milit�arausgaben | Milit�ar | Entwicklungsl�ander | HISTORY / Military / Other | TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Military ScienceGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Military spending in developing countries.DDC classification: 355.6/22/091724 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
The Conceptual Model: The Purpose of Military Forces -- Modelling Issues -- Northwest Africa -- West Africa -- Central Africa Case -- Southern Africa -- Eastern Africa -- The Middle East Case -- Determining the Extent of Military Overspending -- Appendix 1 -- National Development Tasks: Canadian Defence Structure Review of 1975 -- Appendix 2 -- United Nations Centre for Disarmament: Defence Expenditures Disaggregation Model -- Appendix 3 -- African Debtors to the Former Soviet Union -- Appendix 4 -- NATO Distribution of Defence Expenditures by Category: Average 1985-89 -- Appendix 5 -- Distribution of Canadian Military Personnel by Military Occupation Codes (MOCs) 1994 -- Appendix 6 -- Partial Correlation Analysis: Military Imports/Military Expenditures -- Appendix 7 -- Social and Socioeconomic Militarization: Praetorian and Spartan Indices (1990-94 Means) -- Appendix 8 -- Financial Militarization ME/GNP and ME/CGE -- Appendix 9 -- Military Capabilities (1996-97).
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The Conceptual Model: The Purpose of Military Forces -- Modelling Issues -- Northwest Africa -- West Africa -- Central Africa Case -- Southern Africa -- Eastern Africa -- The Middle East Case -- Determining the Extent of Military Overspending -- Appendix 1 -- National Development Tasks: Canadian Defence Structure Review of 1975 -- Appendix 2 -- United Nations Centre for Disarmament: Defence Expenditures Disaggregation Model -- Appendix 3 -- African Debtors to the Former Soviet Union -- Appendix 4 -- NATO Distribution of Defence Expenditures by Category: Average 1985-89 -- Appendix 5 -- Distribution of Canadian Military Personnel by Military Occupation Codes (MOCs) 1994 -- Appendix 6 -- Partial Correlation Analysis: Military Imports/Military Expenditures -- Appendix 7 -- Social and Socioeconomic Militarization: Praetorian and Spartan Indices (1990-94 Means) -- Appendix 8 -- Financial Militarization ME/GNP and ME/CGE -- Appendix 9 -- Military Capabilities (1996-97).

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