Economic Phenomena Before and After War: A Statistical Theory of Modern Wars

1st Edition

Slavko Secerov

Routledge
Published October 14, 2010
Reference - 228 Pages
ISBN 9780415607063 - CAT# Y112934

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Summary

Economic Phenomena before and after War is the result of the author's search for a scientific explanation of modern wars, by means of economic statistical data, in the statistics of consumption, production and natural growth of population.
The theory discussed assumes that a state of war in modern communities is dependent on the general economic equilibrium, which becomes more and more unstable as industrialization progresses. A state of war indicates a turning point in the action of balancing forces; it moves the economic forces in an opposite direction and is therefore a means for stabilizing the general economic equilibrium.

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