Transnational Terrorism Hot Spots: Identification and Impact Evaluation:

@inproceedings{Braithwaite2007TransnationalTH,
  title={Transnational Terrorism Hot Spots: Identification and Impact Evaluation:},
  author={Alex R Braithwaite and Quan Li},
  year={2007}
}
To combat transnational terrorism, it is important to understand its geography. The extant literature on the geography of terrorism, however, is small and focuses on the distribution and diffusion of terrorism among aggregate regions such as Europe and the Middle East. In this analysis, we study transnational terrorism hot spots at the country level. We employ local spatial statistics to identify terrorism hot spot neighborhoods and countries that are located within. We also assess empirically… CONTINUE READING

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