Domestic versus transnational terrorism: Data, decomposition, and dynamics

@article{Enders2011DomesticVT,
  title={Domestic versus transnational terrorism: Data, decomposition, and dynamics},
  author={Walter Enders and Todd Sandler and Khusrav Gaibulloev},
  journal={Journal of Peace Research},
  year={2011},
  volume={48},
  pages={319 - 337}
}
This article devises a method to separate the Global Terrorism Database (GTD) into transnational and domestic terrorist incidents. This decomposition is essential for the understanding of some terrorism phenomena when the two types of terrorism are hypothesized to have different impacts. For example, transnational terrorism may have a greater adverse effect than domestic terrorism on economic growth. Moreover, the causes of the two types of terrorism may differ. Once the data are separated, we… 
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