The Impact of Terrorism and Conflicts on Growth in Asia, 1970â€“2004
This paper quantifies the impact of terrorism and conflicts on income per capita growth in Asia for 1970â€“2004. Transnational terrorist attacks had a significant growth-limiting effect. An additional terrorist incident per million persons reduces gross domestic product (GDP) per capita growth by about 1.5%. [ADBI DP 113].
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