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U.S. residents are very concerned about future terrorist attacks and they are willing to commit substantial sums to prevent further terrorist acts. Protecting against ano [...]
2006 | Working or Discussion Paper |
In the light of lessons learned from recent disasters (The London Subway Bombings, and Hurricane Katrina), it has become clear that government and private organizations n [...]
2006 | Working or Discussion Paper |
Literature examining demographics of consumers most concerned about acts of agro terrorism or terrorism in general is limited due to inadequate data. A first effort to fi [...]
2006-08 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
Vulnerabilities realized following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 highlight the need for the Federal government to allocate funding for the prevention and re [...]
2005 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
This report details the activities and findings of a three year research project funded by The National Center for Food Protection and Defense at the University of Minnes [...]
2007 | Working or Discussion Paper |
An input/output model was developed to estimate the potential economic impact of intentional attacks by agricultural terrorists using Exotic Newcastle Disease (END) on th [...]
2004 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
International trade law is very clear: national security concerns take precedent over any commitments in trade agreements. In response to the terrorist attacks in New Yor [...]
2004 | Journal Article |
This paper uses 2004 polling data for New York State residents to examine the relationship between attitudes about terrorism threats, in the aftermath of 9/11, and reside [...]
2006 | Working or Discussion Paper |
Homeland security against possible terrorist attacks involves making decisions under true uncertainty. Not only are we ignorant of the form, place, and time of potential [...]
2006 | Working or Discussion Paper |