The temporal stability and developmental differences in the environmental impacts of militarism: the treadmill of destruction and consumption-based carbon emissions

@article{Jorgenson2015TheTS,
  title={The temporal stability and developmental differences in the environmental impacts of militarism: the treadmill of destruction and consumption-based carbon emissions},
  author={A. Jorgenson and B. Clark},
  journal={Sustainability Science},
  year={2015},
  volume={11},
  pages={505-514}
}
  • A. Jorgenson, B. Clark
  • Published 2015
  • Economics
  • Sustainability Science
  • This study examines the relationship between national-level militarism and consumption-based carbon dioxide emissions. We analyze panel data from 1990 to 2010 for 81 nations to determine whether the magnitude of the effects of (1) military expenditures as percent of total gross domestic product and (2) military personnel as percent of total labor force on carbon emissions change over time. Results of two-way fixed effects models highlight the temporal stability of the environmental impacts of… CONTINUE READING
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