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You Can Only Die Once: Interdependent Security in an Uncertain World

In: The Economic Impacts of Terrorist Attacks

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  • Geoffrey Heal
  • Howard Kunreuther

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Focussing on the economics of terrorism in the post 9/11 world, this book brings together original research based on the collaborative efforts of leading economists and planners. The authoritative and expert contributors use a variety of methodological approaches and apply them to different types of terrorist attacks (on airports, highways, seaports, electric power infrastructure, for example).

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  • Geoffrey Heal & Howard Kunreuther, 2005. "You Can Only Die Once: Interdependent Security in an Uncertain World," Chapters, in: Harry W. Richardson & Peter Gordon & James E. Moore II (ed.), The Economic Impacts of Terrorist Attacks, chapter 3, Edward Elgar Publishing.
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