1 edition of Slowdown in Soviet defense expenditures found in the catalog.
Slowdown in Soviet defense expenditures
by Naval Postgraduate School, Available from the National Technical Information Service in Monterey, Calif, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||by Michael Fuzy, III|
|Contributions||Gonzalez, Rudolfo S., Henderson, David R.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||56|
The military budget of Russia is the portion of the overall budget of Russia that is allocated for the funding of the Russian Armed military budget finances employee salaries and training costs, the maintenance of equipment and facilities, support of new or ongoing operations, and development and procurement of new weapons, equipment, and vehicles. Mr. Gates's own confirmation hearings in provided testimony of his efforts to slant intelligence on Soviet defense programs and expenditures to make the Reagan administration's case for the.
Soviet practice, the plan does not discuss it directly. The production cf the Soviet defense industries is included in the plans for such sectors as metallurgy and machine-building and motor vehicles. Total defense expenditures, as reported in the Soviet budgets, are believed to be Considerably understated. STANLEY H. COHN Economic Burden of Soviet Defense Expenditures: Constraints on Productivity Rapidly rising defense expenditures and programmed increases in future years by the Reagan administration have engendered a growing interest in the economic conse- quences of defense policies.
Post-Soviet Collapse and Renewal. The traumatic disintegration of the formerly integrated Soviet military-industrial complex (voenno-promyshlennyy kompleks, or VPK), coupled with the sharp and sustained slowdown in government defense spending, left Russia’s post-Soviet defense companies with excess human and manufacturing capacities. Whereas. Genre/Form: Western stories: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lee, William Thomas, Soviet defense expenditures in an era of SALT. Washington, D.C.: U.
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Defense expenditures are the slowdown in the growth of the Soviet economy and technological and production bottlenecks that hamper the Soviets' ability to maintain the pace of.
analysts argue that the slowdown in Soviet defense expenditures can be attributed to a change in Soviet military doctrine, which, inswitched from an emphasis on winning a nuclear exchange to a policy that regarded nuclear exchanges as unwinnable and thus downplayed the.
regime explaining Soviet defense outlays. On the basis of these results, they derive two appar-ently different conclusions. In case of SDL, they argue that " the slowdown in Soviet defense expenditures is partly due to economic factors and partly due to a change in Soviet behavior which caused a ceteris paribus decline in defense outlays" [2, ].
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The estimation of Soviet defense expenditures, An unconventional approach (Praeger special studies in international politics and government)Cited by: In case of SDL, they argue that" the slowdown in Soviet defense expenditures is partly due to economic factors and partly due to a change in Soviet behavior which caused a ceteris paribus decline in defense outlays" [2, ].
The reason for the apparently opposing results in Brada and Graves' () attempt to explain the reasons for the slowdown in USSR defense expenditures in the mids is that their analysis suffers from a serious serial correlation problem. The majority of the regressions display Durbin-Watson statistics that reject the null hypothesis of no by: 1.
During the Cold War, when the United States' intelligence efforts were focused on the Soviet Union, one of the primary tasks of the Central Intelligence Agency was to estimate Soviet defense spending. Because this information was used for planning by the U.S. military, the executive branch, and Congress, the CIA's estimates were usually right in the middle of one of the biggest and most.
SinceSoviet defense expenditures in constant rubles have increased at a real average annual rate of 4 to 5 percent. Because defense spending grew at about the same rate as the economy as a whole, these expenditures absorbed a relatively constant 11 to 12 percent of the Soviet GNP.
Acland-Hood, ‘Estimating Soviet Military R and D Spending’, in C. Jacobsen (ed), The Soviet Defense Enigma: Estimating Costs and Burdens (Oxford: Oxford. Sitting on Bayonets: the soviet defense burden and the slowdown of soviet defense spending. Santa Monica: Rand/UCLA, -BENNIGSEN, Alexandre.
Book. In order to understand the slowdown in Soviet military expenditures in recent years, this report examines Soviet official figures and various independent Western estimates of the level and trend of Soviet military outlays and their share in national output, and it explores in part the sharp disagreements among the Western estimates on the true levels and rates of change of these expenditures.
In Soviet Defense Spending: A History of CIA Estimates, –, Noel E. Firth and James H. Noren, who spent much of their long CIA careers estimating and studying Soviet defense spending, provide a closer look at those estimates and consider how and why they were made.
In the process, the authors chronicle the development of a significant. Get this from a library. Sitting on bayonets: the Soviet defense burden and the slowdown of Soviet defense spending. [Abraham S Becker; Rand Corporation.]. In Soviet Defense Spending: A History of CIA Estimates,Noel E.
Firth and James H. Noren, who spent much of their long CIA careers estimating and studying Soviet defense spending, provide a closer look at those estimates and consider how and why they were made. In the process, the authors chronicle the development of a significant.
Conventional Arms in Soviet Foreign Policy - Volume 33 Issue 1 - David D. Finley. In spite of the slowdown in Soviet military spending, the study said, Moscow's military budget still outstrips the Pentagon budget by at least 25 percent.
A major difference in American and Soviet military outlays is in personnel costs. The Soviet ground forces increased between and from million to million. Analyzing Soviet Defense Programs, (U) From the early days of the Cold War, the economic potential of the Soviet Union was a prime intelligence question.
InMax Millikan, the first director of the Office of Research and Reports (ORR) in CIA, identified five objectives for foreign economic intelligence in support of US national. On the other hand, defense policy makers routinely justify defense increases as a response to similar increases by the Soviet Union.
The discontinuity is resolved in the context of a multistep model of the defense expenditure policy-making process that incorporates a new estimate of Soviet defense spending and mass public opinion. A review of CIA's estimates of Soviet defense spending in found that while outlays for military procurement had leveled-off in the USSR since and the growth in total defense spending had.The Soviet Defense Industry Complex in World War II I.
Historical background 1. Formation and structure Defense factories already played an important role in prerevolutionary Russian industry. They contributed significantly (although on an insufficient scale) to Allied military strength in World War I. Unable to avoid the general economic.The Estimation of Soviet Defense Expenditures, An Testimony it gave to Congress in November said the annual growth in total Soviet military spending had averaged 4 to 5 percent.