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theoretical and econometric analysis of the economic theory of alliances
Paul Laurent Dion
Written in English
|Statement||by Paul Laurent Dion.|
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That is the philosophy of this volume is divided into three distinct parts: Methods, Theory and Applications. The Methods section is in turn subdivided into Mathematical Programming and Econometrics and Adaptive Control System, which are widely used in econometric by: 4. Title: An Economic Theory of Alliances Author: Mancur Olson Subject: Presents a new theoretical model of military alliances and other international organizations.
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The book presents a general discussion on the economic models of the nexus of military spending and economic growth, as well as military Keynesianism and the military-industr ial complex. Presents a new theoretical model of military alliances and other international organizations.
The assumptions basic to the model are that nations act in their own best interests and that there is a "public goods" aspect to all joint by: The Economic Theory of Alliances A SURVEY TODD SANDLER Iowa State University This article surveys the development of the economic theory of alliances over the last quarter of a century since the article by Olson and Zeckhauser.
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AN ECONOMIC THEORY OF ALLIANCES* Mancur Olson, Jr. and Richard Zeckhauser I Introduction PpTHIS ARTICLE outlines a model that at-tempts to explain the workings of inter-national organizations, and tests this model against the experience of some existing inter-national institutions.
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Part One: Alliances and the collective pursuit of benefits What interdependence for NATO. / Malcolm W. Hoag An economic theory of alliances / Mancur Olson, Jr., and Richard Zeckhauser An economic theory of clubs / James M.
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Chapter 4 (R. Smith) examines the theoretical and empirical issues surrounding the estimation of a nation's demand for military expenditure. In chapter 5 (J.C. Murdoch), the economic theory of alliances is presented, based on the theory of pure and impure public goods.
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