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The Military as an Economic Actor

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ARNOLDO BRENES CASTRO Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Culture of Costa RicaTAI MING CHEUNG PhD student at King's College, University of LondonKSENIA GONCHAR Russian Academy of Science, Moscow, Russia LESLEY MCCULLOCH writer and former lecturer in Asian Studies at the University of Tasmania in AustraliaTHOMAS SCHEETZ Professor at the Universidad Nacional de Quilmes in Buenos Aires, ArgentinaTIMOTHY SHAW Director of the Institute for Commonwealth Studies at the School for Advanced Studies of the University of London, UKAYESHA SIDDIQA-AGHA Independent Security Analysts and a former Ford Fellow, Bonn International Center for Conversion (BICC), Germany CARLYLE THAYER Professor, School of Politics of the Australian Defence Force Academy in Canberra, AustraliaKEVIN CASAS ZAMORA PhD student, Univeristy of Oxford, UK Armed f es across the globe engage in economic activities both in times of war and peace. This book provides a critical analysis of this phenomenon, comparing experiences with 'military business' from four continents (Asia, Africa, Europe and Latin America). Taking an interdisciplinary approach, the volume shows the implications of 'military business' for civil-military relations, good governance and international development policies. Zusammenfassung Armed forces across the globe engage in economic activities both in times of war and peace. This book provides a critical analysis of this phenomenon, comparing experiences with 'military business' from four continents (Asia, Africa, Europe and Latin America). Taking an interdisciplinary approach, the volume shows the implications of 'military business' for civil-military relations, good governance and international development policies.List of Tables and Figures Acknowledgements Notes on Contributors Soldiers in Business: An Introduction; J.Brömmelhörster & W-C.Paes Military Business in Argentina; T.Scheetz Soldiers as Businessmen: The Economic Activities of Central America's Militaries; A.Brenes Castro & K.Casas Zamora The Rise and Fall of the Chinese Military Business Complex; T.Ming Cheung The Economic and Commercial Roles of the Vietnam People's Army; C.A.Thayer Trifungsi: The Role of the Indonesian Military in Business; L.McCulloch Power, Perks, Prestige and Privileges: The Military's Economic Activities in Pakistan ; A.Siddiqa-Agha Praetorians or Profiteers? The Role of Entrepreneurial Armed forces in Congo-Kinshasa; W-C.Paes & T.M.Shaw The Largest European Army in Business: The Case of Russia; K.Gonchar Conclusions; J.Brömmelhörster & W-C.Paes Notes Bibliography Index...

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ARNOLDO BRENES CASTRO Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Culture of Costa Rica TAI MING CHEUNG PhD student at King's College, University of London KSENIA GONCHAR Russian Academy of Science, Moscow, Russia LESLEY MCCULLOCH writer and former lecturer in Asian Studies at the University of Tasmania in Australia THOMAS SCHEETZ Professor at the Universidad Nacional de Quilmes in Buenos Aires, Argentina TIMOTHY SHAW Director of the Institute for Commonwealth Studies at the School for Advanced Studies of the University of London, UK AYESHA SIDDIQA-AGHA Independent Security Analysts and a former Ford Fellow, Bonn International Center for Conversion (BICC), Germany CARLYLE THAYER Professor, School of Politics of the Australian Defence Force Academy in Canberra, Australia KEVIN CASAS ZAMORA PhD student, Univeristy of Oxford, UK

Klappentext

Armed forces across the globe engage in economic activities both in times of war and peace. This book provides a critical analysis of this phenomenon, comparing experiences with 'military business' from four continents (Asia, Africa, Europe and Latin America). Taking an interdisciplinary approach, the volume shows the implications of 'military business' for civil-military relations, good governance and international development policies.



Zusammenfassung
This book provides a critical analysis of this phenomenon, comparing experiences with 'military business' from four continents (Asia, Africa, Europe and Latin America). Taking an interdisciplinary approach, the volume shows the implications of 'military business' for civil-military relations, good governance and international development policies.

Inhalt
List of Tables and Figures Acknowledgements Notes on Contributors Soldiers in Business: An Introduction; J.Brömmelhörster & W-C.Paes Military Business in Argentina; T.Scheetz Soldiers as Businessmen: The Economic Activities of Central America's Militaries; A.Brenes Castro & K.Casas Zamora The Rise and Fall of the Chinese Military Business Complex; T.Ming Cheung The Economic and Commercial Roles of the Vietnam People's Army; C.A.Thayer Trifungsi: The Role of the Indonesian Military in Business; L.McCulloch Power, Perks, Prestige and Privileges: The Military's Economic Activities in Pakistan ; A.Siddiqa-Agha Praetorians or Profiteers? The Role of Entrepreneurial Armed forces in Congo-Kinshasa; W-C.Paes & T.M.Shaw The Largest European Army in Business: The Case of Russia; K.Gonchar Conclusions; J.Brömmelhörster & W-C.Paes Notes Bibliography Index

Produktinformationen

Titel: The Military as an Economic Actor
Untertitel: Soldiers in Business
Editor:
Andere:
EAN: 9780333999288
ISBN: 978-0-333-99928-8
Format: Fester Einband
Herausgeber: Springer Palgrave Macmillan
Genre: Wirtschaft
Anzahl Seiten: 223
Gewicht: 816g
Größe: H297mm x B297mm x T210mm
Jahr: 2003
Auflage: 2003

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