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Drs. Liu, Mumpower, Portney, and Vedlitz Publish in Risk, Hazard & Crisis in Public Policy

ISTPP researchers, Drs. Xinsheng Liu, Jeryl Mumpower, Kent Portney, and Arnold Vedlitz, have published their research, “Perceived Risk of Terrorism and Policy Preferences for Government Counterterrorism Spending: Evidence from a U.S. National Panel Survey,” in Risk, Hazard & Crisis in Public Policy.

Using data from a national panel survey, the authors investigate how individual social-economic-political characteristics and psychometric factors shape citizens’ terrorism risk perception, and how such risk perception and citizens’ perception of government competence affect policy preference for government counterterrorism spending.

Liu, Xinsheng, Jeryl L. Mumpower, Kent E. Portney, and Arnold Vedlitz. 2018. “Perceived Risk of Terrorism and Policy Preferences for Government Counterterrorism Spending: Evidence from a U.S. National Panel Survey,” Risk, Hazard & Crisis in Public Policy (DOI: 10.1002/rhc3.12154)