Aamer S. Abu-Qarn; J Paul Dunne; Yasmine M. Abdelfattah; Shadwa Zaher;
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Subject: Egypt, demand for military expenditure, political determinants, strategic determinants, cointegration | Egypt, demand for military expenditure, political determinants, strategic determinants
jel: jel:H56 | jel:O53
Egypt plays a pivotal role in the security of the Middle East as the doorway to Europe and its military expenditure reflects its involvement in the machinations of such an unstable region, showing considerable variation over the last forty years. These characteristics m... View more
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