Economic Instruments of Security Policy
Gary M. Shiffman
Economic Instruments of Security Policy generally refers to the
use of economic analysis to address national security and
homeland security issues.  This web site specifically provides
links to information on two courses and a book on the general
topic.  

Economic Instruments seeks to highlight the value of economic
analysis to security practitioners -- policy makers and analysts.
The two courses taught include:
Economic Instruments of Security Policy
and
Economics of Sub-State Violence

Find additional information at
Georgetown University ,
The Security Studies Program , and
The Center for Peace and Security Studies .
Economic Instruments of
Security Policy: Influencing
Choices of Leaders