The Impact of Global Terrorism on Economic and Political Development: Afro-Asian Perspectives

Ramesh Chandra Das
Katwa College India


Product Details
Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9781787699205
Published:
13 May 2019
Publisher:
Emerald Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
430 pages - 152 x 229mm
Global economic and political systems have been facing serious threats from different terrorist groups for the last few decades, and the implications of these incidences are increasing rapidly. This edited collection seeks to address and analyse the ramifications of terrorism and terrorist activities on economic and political systems in terms of the decline in GDP levels, increase in unnecessary military expenditure at the cost of social and economic developments, disincentives to the foreign investors, loss of diplomatic powers at global levels, social unrest, and increase in youth unemployment, poverty, political violence, and more.  

Whilst the book considers the effects of terrorism at a world-level, there is a specific focus on the economies in the Afro-Asian regions. This unique coverage of studies in quantitative economics and political systems offers postgraduate students, researchers and academics in the fields of political economics, international relations, and defence studies, among others, the opportunity to expand their knowledge on the impact of terrorism.
Section I: Global Terrorism and Economic and Political Systems-An Overall Assessment 
Chapter 1: Terrorism, Public Expenditure and Trade Policy: A Theoretical Inquiry; Tonmoy Chatterjee
Chapter 2: Terrorism: Its Economic Perspective; Debashis Mazumdar, Mainak Bhattacharjee 
Chapter 3: A Theoretical Examination of the Effect of Anti- National Activities on National Income; Dibyendu Banerjee
Chapter 4: Macroeconomic Impacts of Terrorist Activities in Developed and Developing Countries; Anjan Ray Chaudhury, Madhabendra Sinha
Chapter 5: Terrorism: Its Persistence and Economic Cost; Arundhati Mukherjee, Somdatta Goswami, Mainak Bhattacharjee
Chapter 6: Terrorism and the Liberal Order: A Conceptual Framework; Raj Kumar Kothari, Priyanka Bhaduri 
Chapter 7: Global War on Terror: Policies, Propaganda and Perspectives; Nidhi Chowdhary, Sourav Kumar Das
Chapter 8: Intercontinental and Regional Evaluation of the Terrorism and its Economic Effects; Işın ÇETİN, Hilal Yildirir KESER, Sema AY
Chapter 9: Issues in Terrorism Financing: An Analysis; Bappaditya Biswas, Ashish Kumar Sana
Chapter 10: A Conceptual Study on Emergence of Cryptocurrency Economy and its Nexus with Terrorism Financing; Amit Majumder, Megnath Routh, Dipayan Singha
Chapter 11: In Search of Joint Governmental Policy Against the International Terrorism: India and the United States of America; Debasish Nandy
Section II: Impact of Terrorism on the Economic and Political Systems of the Afro-Asian Countries 
Chapter 12: Analysing the Possibility of Violent Conflict in the Middle East Economies Using Determinants of Global Conflict Risk Index with an Integrated Fuzzy MCDM Model; Hasan Dinçer, Serhat Yüksel
Chapter 13: Terrorists' Activities and Decisions of MNCs on Foreign Direct Investment in Developing Economies in Asia and Pacific Region; Madhabendra Sinha, Anjan Ray Chaudhury, Partha Pratim Sengupta
Chapter 14: Economic Consequence of Terrorism in South Asia; Sudhakar Patra
Chapter 15: The Determinants of Terrorism in Nigeria; Ezebuilo Romanus Ukwueze, Emecheta Chisom, Oliver Ejike Ogbonna, Henry Thomas Asogwa
Chapter 16: Terrorism, Defense Expenditure and their Impacts: Evidences from selected Countries of Asia; Rajib Bhattacharyya 
Chapter 17: An Enquiry into the Causes and Effects of Contemporary Terrorism in India; Saptarshi Chakraborty 
Chapter 18: Impact of Terrorism on Foreign Direct Investment in Nigeria; Ukwueze, Ezebuilo Romanus,
Asogwa, Henry Thomas, Ogbonna, Oliver Ejike, Emecheta, Chisom
Chapter 19: Crime and Social Deprivation across States in India - Insights from a Panel Data Discourse on Social Sustainability; Sovik Mukherjee
Chapter 20: Nigeria's Relations with her Neighbours and the Fight against Terrorism: An Analysis of the Multinational Joint Task Force (MNJTF); Moses Metumara Duruji, Felix Chidozie, Faith Olanrewaju, Favour Urenma Duruji-Moses
Chapter 21: Terrorism, Military Expenditure and Foreign Capital Inflow: An Empirical Study for India; Koushik Das 
Chapter 22: Growth and Fiscal Effects of Terrorism in Nigeria; Richardson Kojo Edeme, Nelson C. Nkalu
Chapter 23: Terrorist Movements and Regional Development in West Bengal (India); Debashis Mazumdar, 
Santanu Bisai 
Chapter 24: Women and Terrorism in Nigeria; Nanna Charlotte Lord-Mallam
Chapter 25: Survey on Political Confidence as a Factor in Economic Growth: North East India; Rajamanickam Srinivasan 
Chapter 26: Examining the Linkages Between Economic Growth and Terrorism: Evidence from Nigeria; Adedoyin Isola Lawal, Abiola Ayoopo Babajide, Abiola Asaleye, Joseph O. Ise Olorukanmi
Chapter 27: The Rise of Devil's Whirlpool Called Terrorism and India's Standpoint to Combat It; Asim K. Karmakar, Sebak K. Jana
Chapter 28: Terrorism: A Challenge to Good Governance in India; Mousumi Ghatak
Ramesh Chandra Das, PhD is presently Associate Professor of Economics at Katwa College, India with twenty years of teaching and research experience. Dr. Das has contributed to numerous reputable national and international journals, and has also written and edited a number of textbooks and handbooks in the areas of theoretical, financial, environmental and political economics.

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