The Social Impact of the Defense Sector: How Defense Sector Efforts Contribute to Education and Quality of Health in Disadvantaged Regions in Serbia
Anguelov, Lachezar G.
Eger, Robert J.
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This article depicts the impact of military programs on education and improvements in the health of disadvantaged regions in the Republic of Serbia. Examining the reform efforts of the Ministry of Defense, we explore the presence of organizational coalitions, overlapping social movement, shared personnel, and broader changes to the external environment in implemented programs. A survey of the Ministry of Defense s Odbrana from 2007 indicates that "life after uniform" is facilitated through training in regional technical schools according to labor market needs. The survey also shows that military-provided health-care programs in southeast Serbia positively affect the quality of health in disadvantaged regions.
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