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The Washington Consensus, liberal ideas and terms of the military-technological policy

Vol. 16, Iss. 11, NOVEMBER 2020

Received: 27 July 2020

Received in revised form: 15 August 2020

Accepted: 31 August 2020

Available online: 13 November 2020

Subject Heading: NATIONAL INTERESTS

JEL Classification: E60

Pages: 2103–2123

https://doi.org/10.24891/ni.16.11.2103

Gladyshevskii V.L. Academy of Problems of Military Economics and Finance, Moscow, Russian Federation
vl-gladish@yandex.ru

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Gorgola E.V. Academy of Problems of Military Economics and Finance, Moscow, Russian Federation
evg-gorgola@yandex.ru

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Khudyakov D.V. Academy of Problems of Military Economics and Finance, Moscow, Russian Federation
khdmvl@mail.ru

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Subject. In the twentieth century, the most developed countries formed a permanent military economy represented by military-industrial complexes, which began to perform almost a system-forming role in national economies, acting as the basis for ensuring national security, and being an independent military and political force. The United States is pursuing a pronounced militaristic policy, has almost begun to unleash a new "cold war" against Russia and to unwind the arms race, on the one hand, trying to exhaust the enemy's economy, on the other hand, to reindustrialize its own economy, relying on the military-industrial complex.
Objectives. We examine the evolution, main features and operational distinctions of the military-industrial complex of the United States and that of the Russian Federation, revealing sources of their military-technological and military-economic advancement in comparison with other countries.
Methods. The study uses military-economic analysis, scientific and methodological apparatus of modern institutionalism.
Results. Regulating the national economy and constant monitoring of budget financing contribute to the rise of military production, especially in the context of austerity and crisis phenomena, which, in particular, justifies the irrelevance of institutionalists' conclusions about increasing transaction costs and intensifying centralization in the industrial production management with respect to to the military-industrial complex.
Conclusions. Proving to be much more efficient, the domestic military-industrial complex, without having such access to finance as the U.S. military monopolies, should certainly evolve and progress, strengthening the coordination, manageability, planning, maximum cost reduction, increasing labor productivity, and implementing an internal quality system with the active involvement of the State and its resources.

Keywords: military-industrial complex, military-technical policy, neoliberalism, national security

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