Revisiting the Causal Nexus between Defense Expenditure and Economic Growth: Time Series Analysis for Saudi Arabia
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KeywordsGDP; Oil GDP; Non-Oil GDP; Defense expenditure; Time series analysis; Saudi Arabia.;
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