måndag 23 september 2019

The deadly facets of terrorism

Ny artikel i Qvintensen webbtidskrift

Can Bayesian models reveal the underlying processes that drive the lethality of non‐state terrorism at a local level?

Terrorism and terror‐related deaths are rarely out of the news. But not all terrorism is lethal. On a global scale, summary statistics tell us that in the last 20 years about 50% of terrorist attacks resulted in loss of life, while the remainder consisted of acts of sabotage, threats, and so on, which spread fear without necessarily killing anyone.