Focus on Terrorism, Volume 2

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Nova Publishers, 2002 - Political Science - 172 pages
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Contents

Terrorism Layoffs and Unemployment Benefits
1
Small Business Disaster Assistance Responding to the Terrorist Attacks
5
Unemployment Related to Terrorist Attacks Proposals To Assist Affected Workers in the Airlines and Related Industries
11
Terrorism Airline Industry Turmoil
17
Terrorism EconomyWide Implications and the FiscalMonetary Policy Response
21
Terrorism World Economies
25
Terrorism Insurance The 2002 Marketplace
29
War Bonds Options for Financing Terrorism Response Activities
35
Terrorism Health Insurance for Displaced Workers
59
Terrorism Insurance in the Post September 11 Marketplace
65
Insurance Exclusion Clauses Excluding War Risks and Terror Risks from Insurance Contracts
71
Terrorism Risk Insurance A Summary of Legislative Proposals
85
Terrorism Emergency Supplemental
97
Biological Weapons
101
The Biological Weapon A Poor Nations Weapon of Mass Destruction
123
TwentyFirst Century Germ Warfare
137

The September 11 Victim Compensation Fund of 2001
39
Impact of Terrorist Attacks on the US Insurance Industry
47
Insurance Industry Response to Terrorist Attacks
53
Biological Weapons for Waging Economic Warfare
153
Index
165
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