ÖRNEK, İbrahim; IŞIK, Nalan
May 2012
Journal of the Cukurova University Institute of Social Sciences;2012, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p299
Academic Journal
European Union Common Defence Policy is a multidimentional intervention that is about completion of military integration after economical and financial integration. Common security and defence policy which have been tried to be occured load new cost on Union membres. In this study the economical side of common defence of union is investigated in a frame of burden sharing. A burden sharing index for cost of each European Union member is occured by the conjecture that is about joining to common defence is a speciality public goods. Benefit will be obtained for the member countries after the creation of a military force for a collective protection and security umbrella, benefit average mean is calculated and compared to burden sharing index. Result, revealed that some countries get more benefit than their contributions where some other get less benefit in a possible defence Union.


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