Terrorism & Migration This book is among the first studies that evaluate the social impacts of terrorism in a specific country for a 10 year period. Terrorism has impacted people not only physically, but also psychologically. When faced with "future uncertainty" or the "fear of terrorism," it is natural for people to leave their home towns, and to migrate to somewhere else where they feel safe. This book tests the effects of terrorism on domestic net-migration in Turkey, especially in the terror infected provinces of the Eastern and South Eastern regions of the country between the years 1992 and 2001. In order to explore the real impact of terrorism on immigration, this study used "terrorism incident rate" per 10,000 people and the "rate of people and security forces killed" per 10,000 people as independent variables. It also examined the major economic effects of migration (unemployment rate and the GDP) and population density. Regression analysis results show that there was a positive relationship between net-migration and terrorist incidents.