Towards a Data-Driven Military

A Multi-disciplinary Perspective

Editor: Peter Pijpers, Mark Voskuijl, Robert Beeres

About this book

Towards a Data-Driven Military: A Multi-Disciplinary Perspective assesses the use of data and information on modern conflict from different scientific and methodological disciplines, aiming to generate valuable contributions to the ongoing discourse on data, the military and modern warfare. Military Systems and Technology approaches the theme empirically by researching how data can enhance the utility of military materiel and subsequently accelerate the decision-making process. War Studies take a multidisciplinary approach to the evolution of warfare, while Military Management Studies take a holistic organisational and procedural approach. Based on their scientific protocols and research methods, the three domains put forward different research questions and perspectives, providing the unique character of this book.

Peter Pijpers is Associate Professor Cyber Operations at Netherlands Defence Academy.

Mark Voskuijl is a Weapons and Aviation Systems professor at the Faculty of Military Sciences of the Netherlands Defence Academy.

Robert Beeres holds a PhD in administrative sciences from Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands. Currently he is a professor of Defence Economics at the Faculty of Military Sciences, Netherlands Defence Academy. His research interests include economics of arms export controls, defence capabilities, performance management and burden sharing within the EU and NATO. He has published numerous articles in peer-reviewed journals and books and co-edited a number of books.

Format: Hardback

Pages: 364

ISBN Print: 9789087284084

ISBN ePDF: 9789400604537

Published: 1 April 2023

Language: English

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