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Peter J. Phillips
Peter J. Phillips is a Senior Lecturer in Finance at the University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba, Australia where has been teaching economics and finance since 1998. Peter’s best known work is in the field of defence economics where he has shown how the microeconomic theory of finance and financial economics can be applied to the analysis of terrorism and national security. His work has been cited by researchers at RAND and one of his papers is currently on the Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy journal’s Top Ten most popular papers at Berkeley’s Electronic Press. Peter is working on a book on defence economics and lone wolf terrorism that expands on the ideas contained in his journal articles.
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The Diseconomies of Terrorism
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