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Gasto en defensa y renta en los países de la Alianza Atlántica (1960-2002)

  • Claudia Pérez- Forniés

    ()

    (Universidad de Zaragoza)

  • Mª Dolores Gadea

    ()

    (Universidad de Zaragoza)

  • Eva Pardos

    ()

    (Universidad de Zaragoza)

Este trabajo analiza la relación entre el gasto en defensa y la renta de los quince miembros de la OTAN entre 1960 y 2002 con un tratamiento homogéneo que permite hacer comparaciones entre países que pertenecen a una misma alianzamilitar. La estimación simultánea de la demanda de defensa con la ayuda del método de regresiones aparentemente relacionadas divide la muestra entre países de alta y de baja elasticidad renta. Estos últimos incluyen a las grandes potencias económicas y militares dentro de la Alianza. En conjunto, la renta explica bien la demanda de gasto en defensa —la principal excepción es Estados Unidos— y el comienzo de la posguerra fría aparece como una inflexión relevante en la estimación.

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Volume (Year): 170 (2004)
Issue (Month): 3 (september)
Pages: 137-153

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