CREATE's Adam Rose Discusses How Economies Pick Up and Move on After Terrorist Attacks - Washington Post

If there is any good news for France after the horrific violence in Paris on Friday, it's that terrorists generally aren't able to destroy the economies of the countries where they strike. People can soon get back to doing business after attacks like this one. The purely economic consequences of recent terrorism have been limited and temporary.

Several researchers at universities and in the private sector have tried to quantify the costs of the terrorist attacks in the United States on Sept. 11, 2001. Their estimates range from about $50 billion to $100 billion, less than 1 percent of the total U.S. economy. To read more follow the link below.