Terrorism, Reality and Everyday Life

24 Pages Posted: 24 Jan 2007

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Martin Shubik

Yale University - School of Management; Yale University - Cowles Foundation

Aaron Zelinsky

University of Maryland Francis Carey School of Law

Lazar Krstic

Yale University

Date Written: 2006

Abstract

The basic theme is that there must be a balance between resources spent on tracking terrorist organizations, thereby preventing damage, and the resources spent on minimizing the effect of the damage they do. In particular a modern society depends heavily on twenty to thirty interdependent systems. The post-attack recuperation times of these systems are critical in determining the damage rendered. Active programs are needed to educate and involve society as a whole in minimizing the damage done and in living with the presence of terrorism.

Keywords: terrorist organizations, post-attack recovery

Suggested Citation

Shubik, Martin and Zelinsky, Aaron and Krstic, Lazar, Terrorism, Reality and Everyday Life (2006). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=959174 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.959174

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Aaron Zelinsky

University of Maryland Francis Carey School of Law ( email )

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Baltimore, MD 21201-1786
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Lazar Krstic

Yale University ( email )

New Haven, CT 06520
United States

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