2 edition of Economic problems of national defense found in the catalog.
Economic problems of national defense
George Albert Steiner
1941 by The School of Business and Department of Economics, Indiana University in Bloomington .
Written in English
|Statement||by Melvin L. Anshen, Samuel E. Braden, C. Lawrence Christenson [and others] ... foreword by Herman B. Wells; editor, George A. Steiner.|
|Series||Indiana business reports -- no. 6., Indiana business report -- no. 6.|
|LC Classifications||HC106.4 .S8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. ℗ ., 214 p.|
|Number of Pages||214|
|LC Control Number||41052790|
One fourth of the U. However, it was in his memorandum of that Hitler made it clear he expected war to be imminent. In Octoberthe CAP planned a program to recruit and train youth, with an emphasis on flight training. No strategic or technological sleight of hand can make it otherwise; neither can such legerdemain make the preparation for war anything but a costly and unpredictable business. Consequently, it is often thought that individuals may have little incentive to contribute to its achievement—by turning out to vote or participating in a protest—if they view the act of contribution as in itself costly and unlikely to have a significant impact on whether the collective goal is achieved.
But—to take recent history alone—after needless expenditure of blood, time, and treasure they have always had to call on the Grants, Pershings, Fochs, Haigs, Montgomerys, and Slims to do the job. However historian Richard Overy contends this is a myth based on the flimsy conclusions of the Strategic Bombing Surveywhich relied on the views of one German official from the German Statistical Office, Ralf Wagenfuhr. The act originated as a presidential proclamation forbidding the exporting of aircraft parts, chemicals, and minerals without a license, and was intended to induce Japan to curtail its occupation of the Indo-Chinese coast. Charging directly for each of these services would be impractical.
In such cases, the achievement of the goal can be thought of as a non-excludable good. Lott, John R. Most states, such as South Africa and Sweden,   configure their military forces mainly for territorial defence; others, such as France, Russia, the UK and the US,     invest in higher-cost expeditionary capabilitieswhich allow their armed forces to project power and sustain military operations abroad. The U. The unemployment problem ended with the mobilization for war, hitting an all-time low ofin fall The same year, the Office of Administrator of Export Control was established to administer the provisions of the act.
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From mid on, Germany switched to a full war economy overseen by Albert Speer. The result was a dramatic rise in military production, with an increase by 2 to 3 times of vital goods like tanks and aircraft, despite the intensifying Allied air campaign and the loss of territory and factories.
From late on, Allied bombings were destroying German factories and cities at a Economic problems of national defense book pace, leading to the final collapse of the German war economy in Stunde Null.
This overall incentive effect should not be exaggerated—certainly the DoD civilian leadership has personal, professional, and political incentives to win conflicts and to minimize casualties—but centralized planning causes important adverse effects.
Contributions of physical assets and manpower may not be proportional to spending because of differences in valuations or pricing, differences in efficiency, and a host of other factors. Under the CAP and its Coast Guard counterpart, the Coast Guard Auxiliary, civilians were trained to spot air raids, participate in search-and-rescue missions, and help with transportation.
A national speed limit of 35 miles per hour was imposed to save fuel and rubber for tires. Partially public goods also can be tied to purchases of private goods, thereby making the entire package more like a private good.
To the extent one person in a geographic area is defended from foreign attack or invasion, other people in that same area are likely defended also.
Plans were made to secretly build an air force forbidden by the Treaty of Versaillesand the army prepared to introduce conscription within two years and grow tosoldiers by also in violation of the Treaty of Versailles. Scarce medicines, such as penicillin, were rationed by triage officers in the U.
In Octoberthe CAP also launched a very successful cadet program that recruited and trained youth, with an emphasis on flight training.
New Brunswick, N. Developing countries may be less secure than economically advanced states due to high rates of unemployment and underpaid work. There are also commercial transportation security units such as the Amtrak Police in the United States.
Rather than accept the notion that war Economic problems of national defense book becomes a grim slugging match, they delude themselves with visions of a knockout early in the second round.
But for society as a whole—that is, for all individuals collectively—the incremental benefits would exceed the incremental costs, precisely because once an individual provides some of the collective good, all people benefit from it and no one can be excluded.
Thus he chose a different approach. In such cases economists recognize the likely necessity of a governmental regulatory solution. Klein, Daniel. Typewriters, gasoline, bicycles, footwear, silk, nylon, fuel oil, stoves, meat, lard, shortening and food oils, cheese, butter, margarine, processed foods canned, bottled, and frozendried fruits, canned milk, firewood and coal, jams, jellies, and fruit butter were rationed by November The vessel is fitted with state-of-the-art machinery, equipment and navigation systems.
Historians have long contended that the growing burdens of the war saw Germany move to a full war economy under the efficient  leadership of Speer.
It organized approximately 10 million volunteers to fight fires, decontaminate after chemical weapon attacks, provide first aid, and other duties. Some kinds of assets are more vulnerable or more threatened than others: American-owned assets located overseas may be more vulnerable than identical ones in the United States, and ocean tankers that can be moved may be more vulnerable to confiscation but less vulnerable to destruction than office buildings.
Main article: Military security In practice, national security is associated primarily with managing physical threats and with the military capabilities used for doing so.
Economic Controls During World War II, the federal government controlled the prices of goods, wages, and war-sensitive materials, like fuel and steel.
Charging directly for each of these services would be impractical. Factories that made silk ribbons now produced parachutes, automobile factories built tanks, typewriter companies made machine guns, undergarment manufacturers sewed mosquito netting, and a roller coaster manufacturer converted to the production of bomber repair platforms.Defense economics is now an established part of economics.
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