International terrorism , political instability and the escalation effect

@inproceedings{Campos2009InternationalT,
  title={International terrorism , political instability and the escalation effect},
  author={Nauro F. Campos and Martin Gassebner},
  year={2009}
}
International Terrorism, Political Instability and the Escalation Effect What are the main causes of international terrorism? The lessons from the surge of academic research that followed 9/11 remain elusive. The careful investigation of the relative roles of economic and political conditions did little to change the fact that existing econometric estimates diverge in size, sign and significance. In this paper we present a new rationale (the escalation effect) stressing domestic political… CONTINUE READING

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