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Brömmelhörster, J., & Paes, W.-C. (Eds.). (2003). The military as an economic actor - Soldiers in business. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Armed forces across the globe engage in economic activities both in times of war and peace. This book provides a critical analysis of this phenomenon, comparing experiences with "military business" from four continents (Asia, Africa, Europe and Latin America). Taking an interdisciplinary... more

Brömmelhörster, J. (Ed.). (1999). Demystifying the peace dividend. Baden-Baden: Nomos.

By 1998 global military expenditures had been reduced by more than one-third of the amount spent a decade earlier before the Cold War finally ended and when there had been high hopes for a peace dividend. The objective of the book, an edited volume published by the Bonn International Center for... more

Brömmelhörster, J. (1997, February). KONVER II - Fostering of Conversion by the European Union Bonn: BICC.

The implementation of a long-term program aimed specifically at conversion signalizes the priority which the European Union (EU) attaches to the impact of reduced military spending on the economy and the employment market. European conversion policy is geared towards those regions of member states... more

Brömmelhörster, J., & Frankenstein, J. (Eds.). (1996). Mixed motives, uncertain outcomes - Defense conversion in China. Boulder: Lynne Rienner.

This volume is ...the definitive statement on the progress of the [Chinese] defense industry to date. It is a fascinating antidote to the analysis offered by those who too naively accept the official COSTIND interpretation of the industry's progress or capabilities. The chapters...cover nearly... more