Mar 16, 2012


(i) [S]uccessful coups increase military spending by more than failed attempts, and (ii) coups are more likely when military spending as a share of GDP is relatively low.
That is from the new paper "Loyalty for Sale? Military Spending and Coups d’Etat" by Gabriel Leon (February 2012).
HT: Eugene Beaulieu

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