June 2002
OECD Economic Outlook;Jun2002, Vol. 2002 Issue 1, p117
Academic Journal
Examines the economic consequences of the September 11 terrorist attacks in the U.S. Decisions taken by authorities to limit direct negative economic impact; Reaction of the insurance industry to the increase threat of terrorism; Analysis of the impediments to international trade.


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