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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Alan B Krueger
|Notes:||"Book is based on three lectures given by author as part of the distinguished Lionel Robbins memorial lecture series at the London School of Economics and Political Science, February 2006"--Verso de la p. de t.|
|Description:||xi, 180 p|
Lecture 1: Who becomes a terrorist? : characteristics of individual participants in terrorism --
Lecture 2: Where does terror emerge? : economic and political conditions and terrorism --
Lecture 3: What does terrorism accomplish? : economic, psychological, and political consequences of terrorism.
|Responsibility:||Alan B. Krueger.|
What are the individual and societal causes of terrorism? The book's great strength is its focus on new sources of data examined in new ways. The most compelling analysis in the book is of