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Realising the 'Triple Dividend of Resilience' : A New Business Case for Disaster Risk Management

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Realising the 'Triple Dividend of Resilience' : A New Business Case for Disaster Risk Management
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Realising the 'Triple Dividend of Resilience'
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A New Business Case for Disaster Risk Management
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Realising the 'Triple Dividend of Resilience' : A New Business Case for Disaster Risk Management
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  • Foreword -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- Contributors -- Abbreviations -- 1 The Triple Dividend of Resilience-A New Narrative for Disaster Risk Management and Development -- Abstract -- 1.1 The Case for Investing in Resilience -- 1.1.1 Disasters, Poverty and Development -- 1.1.2 Incentivising ex-ante Disaster Risk Management -- 1.2 The Triple Dividend: A Comprehensive Business Case for Resilience -- 1.3 The First Dividend of Resilience: Saving Lives and Avoiding Losses -- 1.3.1 Saving Lives and Reducing Number of people Affected -- 1.3.2 Reducing Damages and Losses -- 1.4 The Second Dividend of Resilience: Unlocking Economic Potential -- 1.4.1 Increased Business and Capital Investment -- 1.4.2 Household and Agricultural Productivity Dividends -- 1.4.3 Land Value Dividends from Protective Infrastructure -- 1.4.4 Fiscal Stability and Future Credit Risks -- 1.5 The Third Dividend of Resilience: Co-benefits of DRM Investments -- 1.5.1 Ecosystem-Based Co-benefits -- 1.5.2 Transport Co-benefits -- 1.5.3 Agricultural Co-benefits -- 1.6 Concluding Recommendations for Decision-Makers: Integrating the Triple Dividend of Resilience in DRM Appraisals -- 1.6.1 Define the Problem and Its Context -- 1.6.2 Identify and Apply Tools and Methods for Empirical Analysis of DRM -- 1.6.3 Communicate Outcomes -- References -- 2 Avoided Losses and the Development Dividend of Resilience -- Abstract -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Higher Disaster Losses at the Macro Level -- 2.2.1 Indirect Losses from the Disruption of Economic Infrastructure and Activity -- 2.2.2 Impact on Long-Term Growth and Development -- 2.3 Welfare Losses at the Microeconomic Level -- 2.3.1 Asset Losses Differ Depending on Who Is Hit -- 2.3.2 Welfare Losses Are Different from Asset Losses -- 2.4 Slower Development in the Absence of DRM Investments
  • 2.4.1 Development and the Exposure to Natural Hazards -- 2.4.2 Lower Risk-Taking Owing to "Background Risk" -- 2.5 Conclusion and Implications for Policy -- References -- 3 Co-benefits of Disaster Risk Management: The Third Dividend of Resilience -- Abstract -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Examples of Local Environmental and Socioeconomic Co-benefits -- 3.3 Challenges of Identifying Environmental and Socioeconomic Co-benefits -- 3.3.1 Shortcomings of Using Standard Cost-Benefit Analysis -- 3.3.2 Idiosyncrasies of Public Sector Decision-Making -- 3.4 Opportunities to Promote Environmental and Socioeconomic Co-benefits -- 3.4.1 Towards a DRM Co-benefits Framework -- 3.4.2 Qualitative Cost-Benefit Analysis -- 3.4.3 Integrating DRM and Environmental Management -- 3.5 The Need for DRM Co-benefits Case Studies -- 3.5.1 Two New Case Studies -- 3.5.2 Building on Existing Case Studies -- 3.6 Conclusions and Next Steps -- References -- 4 Disaster Risk Management and Fiscal Policy: Entry Points for Finance Ministries -- Abstract -- 4.1 Introduction: From Understanding Risk to Building Fiscal Resilience -- 4.1.1 Overview -- 4.1.2 Approach -- 4.1.3 Charting Out Progress -- 4.2 Understanding Fiscal Risk -- 4.2.1 Coping with Risk: Understanding Risk Tolerance and the Need to Plan -- 4.2.2 Tools and Concepts: The Fiscal Risk and Hedge Matrices -- 4.2.3 Evidence of Planning for Contingent Liabilities -- 4.2.4 Fiscal Stress Testing -- 4.2.5 Analytical Tools to Assess Fiscal Risk and Gaps -- 4.3 Protecting Public Finance -- 4.3.1 Risk-Financing and Planning Practice -- 4.3.2 Implementing Innovative Risk-Financing Measures -- 4.4 Towards Comprehensive Disaster Risk Management -- 4.4.1 Integrating Risk-Financing with Risk Reduction and Reconstruction
  • 4.4.2 Informing the Transition to Holistic Disaster Risk Management Integrated with Development: The Need for Broader-Based Decision-Making Tools -- 4.5 Towards Fiscal Resilience and Creating Co-benefits -- 4.5.1 A Broadening Discourse on Risk and Resilience -- 4.5.2 Disaster Risk as the Entry Point: Fiscal Disaster Risk Assessment and Mainstreaming -- 4.5.3 Holistic Fiscal Stress Testing and National Risk Assessments as Entry Points -- 4.6 Conclusions: From Fiscal Risk to Building Resilience to Harnessing Co-benefits -- References -- 5 Capturing the Co-benefits of Disaster Risk Management in the Private Sector -- Abstract -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Shortfalls in Private Sector Investment in Disaster Risk Management -- 5.2.1 The Components of Private Sector DRM -- 5.2.2 Private Sector Investment Decisions -- 5.2.3 Private Sector Investment Decisions in Relation to the Public Sector -- 5.2.4 Private Sector Co-benefits -- 5.2.5 Bounded Rationality -- 5.3 Shortfalls in Private Sector Investment from the Standpoint of Society -- 5.3.1 Externalities -- 5.3.2 Public Goods -- 5.3.3 Economic Interdependencies -- 5.3.4 Moral Hazard -- 5.3.5 Distributional Considerations -- 5.4 Co-benefits of Public Sector Investment -- 5.4.1 Co-benefits to Society -- 5.4.2 Co-benefits to the Private Sector -- 5.5 The Resilience Dividend as a Sustainable Development Theme -- 5.5.1 No Regrets Strategy -- 5.5.2 Shared Growth and Social Benefits -- 5.5.3 Environmental Benefits -- 5.6 Incentivising Policies -- 5.6.1 Financial Instruments -- 5.6.2 Regulation and Government Incentives -- 5.6.3 Broader Approaches -- 5.6.4 Imperatives -- 5.7 Conclusion -- References -- 6 Investing in Disaster Risk Management in an Uncertain Climate -- Abstract -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 Adding Co-benefits into the "Mix" of DRM Policy Options -- 6.2.1 Development Dividends and Trade-Offs
  • 6.2.2 Adaptation Dividends and Trade-Offs -- 6.3 A Changing Climate for Development -- 6.4 A Decision Framework for DRM Investment Under Climate Uncertainty -- 6.5 The Optimal Timing of Investment and the Value of Waiting for New Information -- 6.6 Conclusions -- References -- 7 Financial Crises and Economic Resilience: Lessons for Disaster Risk Management and Resilience Dividends -- Abstract -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 The Case for Prevention: Financial Crises and the Costs to Growth and Development -- 7.2.1 Costs of Crisis to Economic Growth -- 7.2.2 The Growth in Preventative Action -- 7.3 Enhanced International Support Following the 2007/08 International Financial Crisis -- 7.4 International Financial Crisis: Responses of the IMF and the World Bank -- 7.4.1 A Reform to IMF Shocks Facilities for LICs and MICs -- 7.4.2 The Response of the World Bank -- 7.5 Prevention, Risk Management and Co-benefits: Lessons for DRM -- 7.6 The Triple Co-benefits of DRM and Financial Risk Management -- 7.6.1 First Dividend-Avoided Losses -- 7.6.2 Second Dividend-Reduced Background Risk -- 7.6.3 Third Dividend-Co-benefit of Financial Risk Management -- 7.7 Conclusions and Suggestions for Future Research -- References -- Index
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