Ep. 11 - "Tactical Economics" with MAJ Jon Bate

August 31, 2016 00:28:28
Ep. 11 - "Tactical Economics" with MAJ Jon Bate
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Ep. 11 - "Tactical Economics" with MAJ Jon Bate
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Show Notes

MAJ Jon Bate discusses his recently published paper on how tactical economics influence decision-making and the modern battlefield. We talk both macro and micro-economic considerations and how the Army should understand the impact of economic interventions. You can find the full copy of his paper at mwi.usma.edu.

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