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Volume 19, Number 6, December 2008

CORRUPTION AND MILITARY EXPENDITURE: AT 'NO COST TO THE KING'
pp. 387-403(17)
Authors: Hudson, John; Jones, Philip

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DEFENSIVE COUNTERTERRORISM MEASURES AND DOMESTIC POLITICS
pp. 405-413(9)
Authors: Siqueira, Kevin; Sandler, Todd

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WHEN AND HOW THE FIGHTING STOPS: EXPLAINING THE DURATION AND OUTCOME OF CIVIL WARS
pp. 415-434(20)
Authors: Brandt, Patrick; Mason, T. David; Gurses, Mehmet; Petrovsky, Nicolai; Radin, Dagmar

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DOES DEFENSE SPENDING REALLY PROMOTE AGGREGATE OUTPUT IN THE UNITED STATES?
pp. 435-447(13)
Authors: Smith, Jeffrey; Tuttle, M. H.

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DOES MILITARY EXPENDITURE MATTER FOR INFLATION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH?
pp. 471-478(8)
Authors: Tzeng, Shin-Jen; Lai, Ching-Chong; Huang, Chun-Chieh

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THE FUTURE OF UK DEFENCE RESEARCH
pp. 479-491(13)
Author: Kirkpatrick, David

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Book Review
pp. 493-496(4)
Author: Gunluk-Senesen, Gulay

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