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Defining and Measuring Economic Resilience from a Societal, Environmental and Security Perspective

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Defining and Measuring Economic Resilience from a Societal, Environmental and Security Perspective
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Defining and Measuring Economic Resilience from a Societal, Environmental and Security Perspective
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Integrated Disaster Risk Management Ser
Defining and Measuring Economic Resilience from a Societal, Environmental and Security Perspective
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Defining and Measuring Economic Resilience from a Societal, Environmental and Security Perspective
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  • Foreword to the IDRiM Book Series -- Japan -- Disaster Prevention Research Institute -- International Collaboration -- Major Research Contributions -- Europe -- Integration via Regulation: European Union Experience -- International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) -- The USA -- Multidisciplinary Center for Earthquake Engineering Research -- Natural Hazards Center -- Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events (CREATE) -- Low-Income Countries -- National Interdisciplinary Centers in the Global North -- International Centers -- National and Regional Centers in the Global South -- Summary -- Other Contributions -- Conclusion -- References -- Preface -- References -- Contents -- About the Author -- Chapter 1: Introduction -- 1.1 Human Development and Resilience -- 1.2 Overview -- References -- Chapter 2: Economic Framework -- 2.1 Basic Principles -- 2.1.1 Welfare Economics -- 2.1.2 Stocks Versus Flows -- 2.1.3 Double-Counting -- 2.1.4 Direct Versus Higher-Order Effects -- 2.2 Non-market Effects -- 2.3 Distributional Considerations -- References -- Chapter 3: Defining Resilience Across Disciplines -- 3.1 Ecological Origins -- 3.2 Individual Resilience -- 3.3 Community Resilience -- 3.4 Engineering -- 3.5 Organizational Behavior -- 3.6 Planning -- References -- Chapter 4: Economic Resilience -- 4.1 Basic Concepts -- 4.2 Microeconomic Resilience -- 4.3 Meso and Macro Resilience -- References -- Chapter 5: Broader Dimensions of Economic Resilience -- 5.1 Commonalities with Other Disciplines -- 5.2 Multiple Dimensions -- 5.3 Vulnerability and Resilience -- 5.4 Sustainability and Resilience -- 5.5 Adaptation and Resilience -- References -- Chapter 6: Measuring Economic Resilience -- 6.1 Temporal Aspects and Resilience Metrics -- 6.2 Spatial Dimensions and Businesses -- 6.3 Spatial Dimensions and People -- 6.4 Scale -- References
  • Chapter 7: Empirical Analysis -- 7.1 Findings -- 7.2 Resilience Indicators -- 7.3 Construction of a Resilience Index -- References -- Chapter 8: Risk Management -- 8.1 Cost-Effectiveness -- 8.2 Benefit-Cost Analysis -- References -- Chapter 9: Co-benefits -- 9.1 Integration into Business Culture and Sustainability Planning -- 9.2 Shortfalls in Private Sector Investment in DRM -- 9.2.1 Private Sector Investment Decisions -- 9.2.2 Private Sector Investment and the Public Sector -- 9.2.3 Private Sector Co-benefits -- 9.2.4 Bounded Rationality -- 9.3 Co-benefits of Public Sector Investment -- 9.3.1 Co-benefits to Society -- 9.3.2 Co-benefits to the Private Sector -- 9.4 Resilience Dividend as a Sustainable Development Theme -- 9.4.1 No Regrets Strategy -- 9.4.2 Shared Growth and Social Benefits -- 9.4.3 Environmental Benefits -- References -- Chapter 10: Conclusion -- Reference
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