The Military Industry as the Development Factor of a Knowledge-Based Economy
AbstractThe aim of the paper is to present and compare the most sophisticated and advanced heavyweaponry as the examples of the newest technologies in the knowledge-based national economies. Themilitary industry influences an economy not only during war. As a part of different industrial sectors,it has exceptional characteristics. It is obvious when one can see so many inventions and innovationsoriginated in the military sector. Examples presented in this paper facilitate realizing what the benefitsof a developed military industry for a national economy are. Keeping in mind the above-mentioned roleplayed by military sector for an economy, it will make it possible to avoid catastrophic fate for countriesin future military conflicts. Developed the military industry brings not only innovations in any branchof economy, but also increases security. Incomes from weaponry exports should be considered as well.
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