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by C. Wolf,C. R. Neu

Author: C. Wolf,C. R. Neu
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Rand Publishing; 1st edition (May 17, 1995)
Pages: 112 pages
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National security Economic aspects United States. ISBN: 0814470661 Author: Tipler, Julia, 1951- Publication & Distribution: New York Download book The economic dimensions of national security, C. R. Neu, Charles Wolf, Jr. online for free.

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nensions of national security Carl R. Neu, les Wolf, Jr. Februar. RAND in Santa Monica, Californit. Although it is not intended as of conference proceedings, this monograph draws heavily on the ideas. Inchudes bibliographical references. I. Wolf, Charles, 1924-.

Thus, enhancing international economic security enhances . Neu, C. Richard and Charles Wolf, J. The Economic Dimensions of National Security. economic security-and its physical security, because some situations can escalate to the point that they require a military response. A strong military to respond to such a threat requires strong economic underpinnings-and economic instruments can serve as a nonmilitary form of defense, even as defense considerations can affect the economy. Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation, 1994. org/pubs/monograph reports/MR466.

Neu, C. (Carl Richard), 1949-; Wolf, Charles, 1924-; United States. On February 7 and 8, 1992, a conference was convened at RAND in Santa Monica, California, to discuss 'The economic dimensions of national security'. Although it is not intended as a summary of conference proceedings, this monograph draws heavily on the ideas and hypotheses put forward during the conference"-Pref.

The Economic Dimensions of National Security. In: RAND (1994)Google Scholar. 3. Zhao, . Xu, . Xing, . Risks Faced by Chinese Economy-Theory of National Economic security. Yunnan People’s Publishing House (1994) (in Chinese)Google Scholar. 4. Zhang, . Study of Legal Assurance System of National Economic Security.

This book can be found in: Business, Finance & Law Economics Politics, Society & Education Politics & government International relations. Carl Richard Neu (author), Charles Wolf (author). The Economic Dimensions of National Security (Paperback).

Neu is a Senior Economist at RAND . In this book, it gave us a new vision of international affair, gave us a new direction for the policymakers in thinking of national security. To gain the economic security is not just keep one nation¡¦s scale or the firms as the big as possible. This book told us that biggest are not the key element for the economic dimensions of international system.

The Economic Dimensions of National Security. National security has never been more captive to economic security than it is today. Strengthen China's Economic Competitive Advantage under the Background of Strategic Transition. With the publication of his best-selling books "Competitive Strategy (1980) and "Competitive Advantage (1985), Michael E. Porter of the Harvard Business School established himself as the world's leading authority on competitive advantage.

The conference explored the economic element of national power

No matter how we look at national security, there can be no question of the need to include the economic viability of our nation. And without jobs, there are no taxes, and there is no military capability. The conference explored the economic element of national power. Often ignored and misunderstood in relation to national secu-rity, the economy has been taken for granted for years, but its strength is the foundation of national security.

The end of the Cold War has shifted attention from military threats to other things that might negatively affect the people of the United States.