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Integrated Catastrophe Risk Modeling: Supporting Policy Processes

Aniello Amendola, Tatiana Ermolieva, Joanne Linnerooth-Bayer, and Reinhard Mechler, editors
Publisher: 
Springer
Publication Date: 
2013
Number of Pages: 
287
Format: 
Hardcover
Series: 
Advances in Natural and Technological Hazards Research
Price: 
129.00
ISBN: 
9789400722255
Category: 
Anthology
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Foreword 

Introduction 

PART I. Integrated modeling and risk sharing  

1. Catastrophic Risk Management: Flood and Seismic Risks Case Studies

2 . Managing Flash Flood Risk to Vienna and its Subway System - Uncertainty and Modeling  

3. Handling Multiple Criteria in Flood Management  

PART II. Economic developments under catastrophes  

4. Economic Growth under Catastrophes

5. Evaluation of Dams for Flood Protection: Economic and Equity Aspects

6. The CATSIM Model  for Assessing Policy Response to Disasters in Developing Countries         

7. Modelling the Economic Effects of Disaster Risk in Nepal 

PART III.  Flood risk management for the Tisza River Basin in Hungary         

8. Catastrophe Models and Policy Processes. Managing Flood Risk in the Hungarian Tisza River Basin. An Introduction.

9. Social Indicators of Vulnerability to Floods – An Empirical Case Study in Two Upper  Tisza Flood Basins     

10. Designing a Flood Management and Insurance System in Hungary: A Model-Based Stakeholder Approach

11. Consensus by Simulation: A Flood Model for Participatory Policy

12. A Risk-Based Decision Analytic Approach to Assessing Multi-Stakeholder Policy Problems

13. Financial Instruments in Integrated Catastrophic Flood Management: Demand for contingent credits

14. Flood Loss Considerations and Adaptation Strategies due to Climate Change in Hungary and the Tisza Region           

Index

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