From conscription to volunteers : budget shares in NATO defence spending

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Bove, Vincenzo; Cavatorta, Elisa;
(2011)

A growing number of NATO countries suspended compulsory military service during the past decade or are now phasing it out, moving to an All Volunteer Force (AVF). An AVF can free resources available for investment in up‐to‐date equipments, thus improving operational cap... View more
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