Incentivising Counter Terrorism in Commercial Real Estate, Soft Targets and Crowded Places

David McIlhatton, Rachel Monaghan, Jim Berry, John Cuddihy, David Chapman, Pernille Christensen

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Increasingly, commercial real estate and crowded places have become common targets for terrorist actions. Despite this, little empirical research exists explaining how such locations could be made more resilient, particularly in the context of new developments. The research presented in this article contributes to filling this gap by identifying what may potentially incentive real estate developments to include counter terrorism protective security measures in future commercial real estate and crowded places schemes. The research is based on a sample of 142 interviews conducted in the UK, US, and Australia, with the findings highlighting that incentivisation is both complex and varied.
LanguageEnglish
JournalJournal of Real Estate Literature
Volume19
Issue number1
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 1 Jan 2019

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McIlhatton, David ; Monaghan, Rachel ; Berry, Jim ; Cuddihy, John ; Chapman, David ; Christensen, Pernille. / Incentivising Counter Terrorism in Commercial Real Estate, Soft Targets and Crowded Places. In: Journal of Real Estate Literature. 2019 ; Vol. 19, No. 1.
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