2 edition of arms race on American roads found in the catalog.
arms race on American roads
Michelle J. White
|Other titles||Effect of heavy vehicles on traffic safety and the failure of liability rules|
|Statement||Michelle J. White.|
|Series||NBER working paper series -- no. 9302, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 9302.|
|Contributions||National Bureau of Economic Research.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||29 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||29|
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THE “ARMS RACE” ON AMERICAN ROADS: THE EFFECT OF SPORT UTILITY VEHICLES AND PICKUP TRUCKS ON TRAFFIC SAFETY* MICHELLE J. WHITE University of California, San Diego Abstract Drivers have been running an “arms race” on American roads by buying increas-ingly large vehicles such as sport utility vehicles and light trucks.
But large vehicles. Drivers have been running an 'arms race' on American roads by buying increasingly heavy vehicles such as SUVs, vans and light trucks. Families view large vehicles as providing better protection to their own occupants if a crash occurs, but these vehicles pose an increased danger to occupants of smaller vehicles and to pedestrians and bicyclists.
Drivers have been running an “arms race” on American roads by buying increasingly large vehicles such as sport utility vehicles and light trucks. But large vehicles pose an increased danger to occupants of smaller vehicles and to pedestrians, bicyclists, and by: The "arms race" on American roads: the effect of heavy vehicles on traffic safety and the failure of liability rules Author: Michelle J White ; National Bureau of Economic Research.
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In the ﬁrst, one state is a. This chapter reviews the literature on causes of arms races, their consequences, and when a state should build up arms and engage in an arms race if necessary. The literature tends to equate external causes with threats; the chapter argues for a broader understanding that includes all causes of rational arming behavior.
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The Arms Race was basically the buildup of nuclear weapons and conventional military force by both the United States and its allies to thwart the might of the Soviet Union's military and the influence the USSR had on spreading communism among other.
Since the end of the cold war, effective instruments for ending the arms race and achieving disarmament have begun to see the light of day, with the halt to testing, the treaty enshrining it, the first two START agreements to reduce the largest nuclear arsenals and a host.
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