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by World Bank,Geoffrey Lamb,Valeriana Kallab
Author: World Bank,Geoffrey Lamb,Valeriana Kallab
Publisher: World Bank (November 1, 1992)
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Military Expenditure and Economic Development: Issues and Debates, pp. 35–52 in Geoffrey Lamb and Valeriana Kallab (ed. Washington, DC: World Bank Discussion Papers, No. 185, 1990. Cite this chapter as: Marwah . Klein . Scheetz T. (2002) The Military-Civilian Tradeoff in Guatemala: An Econometric Analysis. In: Brauer . Dunne . eds) Arming the South. Palgrave Macmillan, London.
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