Managing Terrorism: Strategies for the Corporate Executive

Synopsis

"The book discusses kidnapping and hostage-taking, the personal safety of executives and employees and steps that can be taken to prevent terrorist incidents and minimize the damage when they do occur. Managing Terrorism isn't exactly light reading.... It delves deeply into the political and economic forces affecting terrorism, and the writing, for the most part, leaves the reader with some work to do.... When it comes to dealing specifically with the antiterrorist measures an executive can take, the book becomes eminently practical. It includes checklists for everything.... Another useful piece of advice concerns negotiating with terrorists." Institutional Investor

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Phillip A. Karber
  • R. William Mengel
  • Robert A. Friedlander
  • Charles A. Russell
  • Joseph A. Malley
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Westport, CT
Publication year:
  • 1983