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Where economics fits in the security debate

The relationship between the intelligence and strategic communities on the one hand, and economists on the other, has a rich and storied history. Nobel Laurette Thomas Shelling perhaps exemplifies the interactions at their best. Shelling’s work on game theory and strategy influenced US thinking profoundly, particularly in the context of the Cold War. In Australia, at the moment, the relationship is somewhat frayed.
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