Long before U.S. Armed Forces were committed to the Global War on Terrorism, multinational corporations were habitually the targets of extremist organizations. The threat of global terrorism has a negative effect on international business and commerce. This paper explores the most significant costs of terrorism on international business and evaluates methods for minimizing the negative economic impact of global terrorism.
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Mazzarella, John J.
"Terrorism and Multinational Corporations: International Business Deals with the Costs of Geopolitical Conflict,"
Major Themes in Economics, 7, 59-73.
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