Lloyd Dumas Discusses The Economics Of Military Spending From His Book The Peacekeeping Economy

Lloyd Dumas, author of THE PEACEKEEPING ECONOMY

Lloyd Dumas is a Professor of Political Economy, Economics, and Public Policy in the School of Economic, Political and Policy Sciences at the University of Texas at Dallas.

He is an expert in many areas, including the economics of peace and the macroeconomics of military spending.

Dr. Dumas has published more than 120 works and has been quoted as an authority by Time, Business Week, Science Magazine, Der Spiegel, Chicago Tribune, Christian Science Monitor, and the Washington Post (not an exhaustive list).

Lloyd “Jeff” Dumas was born in Yonkers, New York. He received his undergraduate degree and both graduate degrees from Columbia University. He received a B.A. in Mathematics, an M.S. in Industrial Engineering and a Ph.D. in Economics.

He has served on the boards of SANE (Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy) and Economists for Peace and Security.

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