Edited by Harry W Richardson, Peter Gordon and James E. Moore II
This landmark book covers a range of issues concerning the consequences of terrorist attacks. Beginning with a discussion of new policies and strategies, it then delves into specific areas of concern, modeling a range of possible scenarios and ways to mitigate or pre-empt damages.
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- The Economic Costs and Consequences of Terrorism
- Chapter 1: Introduction
- Chapter 2: Terrorism: Considering New Policies
- Chapter 3: An Empirical Analysis of the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA)
- Chapter 4: Airport Security: Time for a New Model
- Chapter 5: Cost-effective Strategies to Address Urban Terrorism: A Risk Management Approach
- Chapter 6: Optimal Inspection Strategies for Coast Guard Operations
- Chapter 7: Balancing Freedom and Security after 9/11: Risk Management at the National Park Service
- Chapter 8: The National Economic Impacts of a Food Terrorism Event: Initial Estimates of Indirect Costs
- Chapter 9: The Economic Cost of Disasters: Permanent or Ephemeral?
- Chapter 10: Analyzing Catastrophic Terrorist Events with Applications to the Food Industry
- Chapter 11: Simulating the State-by-State Effects of Terrorist Attacks on Three Major US Ports: Applying NIEMO (National Interstate Economic Model)
- Chapter 12: Tourism and Terrorism: The National and Interregional Economic Impacts of Attacks on Major US Theme Parks
- Chapter 13: Worst-case Electricity Scenarios: The Benefits and Costs of Prevention
- Chapter 14: Risk and Economic Costs of a Terrorist Attack on the Electric System
- Chapter 15: Regional Economic Impacts of a Terrorist Attack on the Water System of Los Angeles: A Computable General Disequilibrium Analysis
- Chapter 16: Two-sided Electricity Markets: Self-Healing Systems
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