May 23, 2017 Defense One
The Costs of War Project is cited in an article explaining President Trump's new arms deal with Saudi Arabia. "And military spending is the least effective way to create jobs, according to a 2014 study by the Costs of War Project at Brown University’s Watson Institute. Focusing on industries of the future, like clean energy technologies, would not only create more jobs in the short term, but it would get the United States a foothold in a growth area that could sustain good paying jobs for generations to come."
There's Less than Meets the Eye in Trump's Saudi Arms Deal (Costs of War Project cited) – Defense One