By Brenda J. Lutz, James M. Lutz
This ebook analyzes the consequences of monetary, social, and political disruptions that experience include integration into the worldwide economic climate for international locations in 5 assorted areas and the constructing global as an entire. One outcome of such disruptions is elevated degrees of terrorism in lots of international locations. furthermore, the consequences of terrorism on monetary actions have been measured. even though the styles range for the areas, there's no doubt that connections exist. Political hyperlinks with open air international locations have mitigated many of the unfavorable results of stepping into better touch with different nations. there's much less facts that the elevated terrorism from those disruptions has had unwanted effects on overseas funding and tourism. This quantity will offer crucial fabrics for researchers and scholars drawn to the connections among globalization and terrorism and among terrorism and accompanying damaging financial consequences.
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The types of data used for measuring globalization, levels of terrorism, and the economic indicators for tourism and direct foreign investment will be evaluated. Even though the data are often complete, there are some limitations with the databases that are used. Further, it is critical to discuss the rationale for a focus on individual regions of the world for the chapters that follow and the subsequent analysis of all countries. Finally, the methods used to test the hypothesis that globalization can lead to increased levels of terrorism and that this form of political violence can negatively affect economic activities will also be discussed.
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Globalization and the Economic Consequences of Terrorism by Brenda J. Lutz, James M. Lutz