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CREATE - Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events

Name:CREATE - Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events
Project TitleDuration
Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events (CREATE)2006-2007
Advanced Risk and Decision Analysis2006-2007
Understanding Counterterrorism Actions in a Globalized World2006-2007
Innovations in Risk and Economic Modeling of Counterterrorism2006-2007
Estimating the Likelihood of Terrorism Events and Public Response2006-2007
Strategic Decision Making in the Presence of Adversaries2006-2007
Network Reliability Models2006-2007
The Risk Analysis Workbench (RAW) / HS ANALISER2006-2007
Economic Impact Modeling and Analysis with Input-Output Models2006-2007
Estimating the Total Economic Impacts of Terrorist Attacks: Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) Modeling of Resilience and Extended Linkages2006-2007
The Role of Public and Private Mitigation for Homeland Security Policy2006-2007
Risk Perception and Behavioral Economics2006-2007
Economic Effects of Pandemic Influenza2006-2007
Optimal Allocation of Resources to Counter Terrorism2006-2007
Security via Strategic Randomization2006-2007
Allocation of Resources for Risk Management2006-2007
Emergency Response Modeling2006-2007
Emergency Supply Planning2006-2007
1st Annual Intertribal Risk Analysis Symposium and Roundtable2006-2007
Modeling Motivations, Values, and Beliefs of Terrorist Organizations2007-2008
CREATE – LSE project2007-2008
Why Choose Terrorism? Rebels and Terrorists2007-2008
Innovations in Risk and Economic Modeling of Counterterrorism2007-2008
Model quantification for biological, chemical, nuclear and radiological threats2007-2008
Using Risk Analysis to Manage Terrorism Risk2007-2008
Economic Impact Studies2007-2008
Securing Incoming Containers at U.S. Ports of Entry 2007-2008
Addressing Terrorist Threats in a Globalized World 2007-2008
The Dynamics of Public Response to a Terrorist Strike: Recommendations for Data Collection, Analysis, and Modeling2007-2008
Measuring Economic Resilience to Terrorism2007-2008
A Game Theoretic Approach for Allocation of Limited Security Resources2007-2008
Risk Based Allocation of Resources to Counter Terrorism2007-2008
Constructing Urban Vulnerability Index (UVI) for Major U.S. Cities 2007-2008
Supply Chain Management of the Strategic National Stockpiles 2007-2008
Socioeconomic Impacts of Terrorist Attacks: A Computable General Equilibrium Analysis2007-2008
Risk Analysis Workbench (RAW) / HS-ANALISER2007-2008
Behavioral Impacts of Terrorist Attacks: Bounded Rationality Analysis of the 'Fear Factor'2007-2008
Terrorist Economic Impact Modeling Forum (EIMF)2007-2008
The Role of Public Mitigation for Homeland Security Policy: Phase II2007-2008
Analyzing Projected Behavioral and Emotional Responses to Threat 2007-2008
Using Infrastructure Density for Resource Allocation Policy2007-2008
Test12006-2007
Innovations in Risk and Economic Modeling of Counterterrorism2008-2009
Models of Counterterrorism2008-2009
Modeling and Estimating the Macroeconomic Consequences of Terrorism2006-2007
The Dynamics of Public Response to a Terrorist Strike: Recommendations for Data Collection, Analysis, and Modeling2006-2007
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Supply Chain Management of the Strategic National Stockpiles2008-2009
Advancing Computable General Equilibrium Analysis (CGE) of the Economic Consequences of Terrorism2008-2009
From Describing to Nudging: Choice of Transportation after a Terrorist Attack in London 2008-2009
Economic Impact Analysis2008-2009
Studying Terrorism with Experimental Games2008-2009
Expert Judgment Elicitation Methods and Tools2008-2009
Risk Perception2008-2009
Modeling Terrorist Beliefs and Motivations2008-2009
A Game Theoretic Approach for Allocation of Limited Security Resources2008-2009