4 edition of Converting the cold war economy found in the catalog.
Converting the cold war economy
Ann R. Markusen
Includes bibliographical references (p. 66-76).
|Statement||Ann Markusen, Catherine Hill.|
|Contributions||Hill, Catherine Alison.|
|LC Classifications||HC110.D4 M378 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||85 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||85|
|LC Control Number||93104605|
Economic conversion, defence conversion, or arms conversion, is a technical, economic and political process for moving from military to civilian markets. Economic conversion takes place on several levels and can be applied to different organizations. In terms of levels, conversion can take place at the level of new innovation projects, divisions within multi-divisional firms, companies, and national economies. In terms of objects, conversion . cold war, term used to describe the shifting struggle for power and prestige between the Western powers and the Communist bloc from the end of World War II until Of worldwide proportions, the conflict was tacit in the ideological differences between communism and capitalist democracy.
Economic and Political Causes of Civil Wars in Africa: Some Econometric Results 7 Also, rebellions may occur when forgone income is unusually low and this can be proxied by mean income per capita, male secondary schooling, and the growth rate of the economy in the preceding period (representing new income opportunities). John J. Accordino, Captives of the Cold War Economy: The Struggle for Defense Conversion in American Communities (Praeger, ). Stephen J. Cimbala, ed., Clinton and Post-Cold War Defense (Greenwood, ). Ann Markusen and Joel Yudken, Dismantling the Cold War Economy (Basic Books.
The cold war isn’t over. When national borders fail, the epidermis is the last line of defense. We are counting on you. ― Benson Bruno, A Story That Talks about Talking Is Like Chatter to Chattering Teeth, and Every Set of Dentures Can Attest to the Fact That No.. tags: cold-war . The Cold War was a period of geopolitical tension between the Soviet Union and the United States and their respective allies, the Eastern Bloc and the Western Bloc, after World War period is generally considered to span the Truman Doctrine to the dissolution of the Soviet term "cold" is used because there was no large-scale fighting directly between the two.
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Converting the Cold War Economy: Investing in Industries, Workers, and Communities. Converting the Cold War Economy. Investing in Industries, Workers, and Communities. This publication is. Captives of the Cold War Economy: The Struggle for Defense Conversion in American CommunitiesFormat: Hardcover.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Markusen, Ann R. Converting the cold war economy. Washington, D.C.: Economic Policy Institute, © This chapter explores the economic aspect of the Cold War. It analyzes historiographic debates on the role of economic factors in the Cold War and discusses the nature and scope of the conflict between the rival economic systems of Western capitalism and Soviet communism.
The chapter describes the structures of the Western and Soviet-led economic orders and the interaction between the two Author: Ian Jackson.
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Dismantling the cold war economy. For five decades the American economy has devoted some of its best resources to waging the Cold War. By the s, this investment had not only made the United States the world's high-tech cop but had also successfully launched many new industries--computing, chip-based electronics, and satellite communications.
The end of the Cold War in gave rise to hopes for a new, more peaceful international system and for the redirection of military expenditures--over one-half of annual U.S. federal discretionary spending--toward education and health care, renewing the nation's infrastructure, environmental mitigation, and alternative energy sources.
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The result is a work that sheds light not only on three of the most monumental. To an important degree, the Cold War served as an economic stimulus as World War II did in the early s. But the Cold War has now ended, and there is not even a shred of a conversion policy.
And one of the dominant lessons of World War II is that unless there is a plan for conversion or reconversion, people are subject to the whims of the Author: Doris Goodwin. Captives of the Cold War economy: the struggle for defense conversion in American communities. [John J Accordino] -- AnnotationExamines how economic and political interests have kept America from converting to a peacetime tionIn the Cold War ended, but America's Cold War economy did not.
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