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Security Force Assistance: DODäó»s Consideration of Unintended Consequences, Perverse Incentives, and Moral Hazards
Charles Michael Johnson, Jr. (au)
Report of a review of the procedures the Dept. of Defense (DOD) has in place to control for the challenges inherent to the provision of military-to-military and security force assistance to foreign partners. It addressed the following objectives: (1) What policies, procedures, and guidance does DOD use to consider certain potential risks, such as unintended consequences and perverse incentives, when planning for security force assistance? (2) To what extent does DOD consider the input of the Dept. of State in evaluating certain potential risks, such as unintended consequences and perverse incentives, when planning for security force assistance? A perverse incentive is an incentive in an assistance program that produces an adverse consequence due specifically to the actions undertaken to receive the assistance. A moral hazard occurs when a party that receives security force assistance is insulated from risk or believes it is insulated from risk, and behaves differently than if it were fully exposed to the risk. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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