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    Title: 經濟成長率與國防支出之跨國比較
    Other Titles: A cross-country comparison on economic growth rate and national defense expenditure
    Authors: 丁英豪;Ding, Ing-haur
    Contributors: 淡江大學國際貿易學系國際企業學碩士在職專班
    吳秀玲;Wu, Hsiu-ling
    Keywords: 經濟成長率;國防支出;Economic Growth Rate;National Defense Expenditure
    Date: 2008
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 01:51:54 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 國家安全與國家經濟兩者息息相關,影響著國家進步繁榮與永續發展。近年由於中國不斷擴張軍備發展軍事力量之影響下,對週邊國家之安全形成潛在威脅,為確保國家生存安全與發展,各國均積極發展軍備。因此,維持或增加一定比例之國防支出將是當前必然之趨勢。
    National security and economy are highly related to each other, which influence the prosperity and permanent development of a nation. In recent years, China’s continuous expansion of its military power has post a potential threat to her neighbors. These nations all eagerly accumulate their own military power for the sake of their survival and development, making it a necessity to maintaining or increasing the national defense expenditure.
    National defense expenditure is a typical kind of public goods and how much it costs will definitely influence the way a government allocates its resources. The aim of this research is to study whether the defense spending of a nation punctuates with its economic growth. This research derived its conclusion, which is presented below, by collecting a number of related data and applying them to various analysis methods such as
    correlation asalysis, simple regression analysis and Granger cause.
    The result of this research, whose study object consists of Taiwan, Japan, Korea, Singapore and China, shows that from 1989 to 2005, the national defense expenditure is irrelevant to the economic growth rate, meaning that in that studied period, these countries determined their defense spending based on their practical demand for national security, not its economic growth rate.
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