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Economics refers to the condition of a region or group as regards material prosperity, as well as the branch of knowledge concerned with the production, consumption and transfer of wealth.

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Planned and unplanned fire regimes on public land in south-east Queensland Biblio economics, mitigation, prescribed burning
Disasters and economic resilience: income effects of the Black Saturday bushfires on disaster-hit individuals Biblio PDF icon save (936.49 KB) economics, recovery, resilience
An analysis of building losses and human fatalities from natural disasters Project File save (0 bytes), File save (0 bytes) economics, multi-hazard, risk analysis
Economics of natural hazards annual project report 2014 Biblio PDF icon save (277.08 KB) capability, economics, multi-hazard
Disasters and economic resilience in small regional communities: the case of Toodyay Biblio PDF icon save (2.4 MB) economics, recovery, resilience
The uncomfortable conversation: understanding value through risk ownership Biblio PDF icon save (770.74 KB) economics, risk management, vulnerability
Cost-effective mitigation strategy development for flood prone buildings Biblio PDF icon save (3.47 MB) economics, flood, infrastructure
Integrating intangible values in economic analyses of flood mitigation: a case study of the Brown Hill and Keswick creeks catchment in Adelaide Biblio PDF icon save (875.63 KB) economics, flood, policy
An Analysis of Human Fatalities and Building Losses from Natural Disasters Annual Report 2014 Biblio PDF icon save (587 KB) economics, multi-hazard, risk analysis
Valuing non-market economic impacts from natural hazards Biblio PDF icon save (736.18 KB) economics, emergency management, risk management
Where do we put our dollars? Economic analysis of different bushfire management options in Western Australia Biblio PDF icon save (391.13 KB) economics, emergency management, fire
Using natural disaster scenarios to better understand emergency management requirements: Annual project report 2014-2015 Biblio PDF icon save (326.61 KB) economics, emergency management, scenario analysis
Disasters and economic resilience in small regional communities: the case of Toodyay Biblio PDF icon save (1.7 MB) communities, economics, fire impacts
Pre-Disaster Multi-Hazard and Economic Loss Estimation Model Annual Report 2014 Biblio PDF icon save (847.42 KB) economics, modelling, multi-hazard
Floods, bushfires and sectoral economic output in Australia, 1978-2014 Biblio economics, flood, modelling
Launceston flood risk mitigation assessment - June 2016 floods: suburb of Newstead Biblio PDF icon save (3.83 MB) economics, flood, mitigation
Economics of natural hazards: Annual project report 2014-2015 Biblio PDF icon save (362.62 KB) decision making, economics, framework
Integrating non-market values in economic analyses of flood mitigation: a case study of the Brown Hill and Keswick creeks catchment in Adelaide Biblio PDF icon save (1.29 MB) economics, multi-hazard, policy
Locating the intangible: integrating a sense of place into cost estimation of natural disasters Biblio economics, planning, policy
Think long term: the costs and benefits of prescribed burning in the south west of Western Australia Biblio PDF icon save (207.03 KB) economics, fire, prescribed burning
Estimating the social, economic, and environmental costs and benefits of bushfire preparedness and responses operations in the 2013/14 season Project decision making, economics, response
Disasters and economic resilience: the effects of the Black Saturday bushfires on individual income Biblio PDF icon save (2.71 MB) economics, fire impacts, resilience
Pre-disaster multi-hazard damage and economic loss estimation model: annual project report 2016-17 Biblio PDF icon save (1.14 MB) economics, modelling, multi-hazard
The value of disaster research Project economics, emergency management
Risk ownership for natural hazards: summary of key research findings Biblio PDF icon save (1.84 MB) decision making, economics, multi-hazard
Cost-effective mitigation strategy development for building related earthquake risk: reporting on economic loss models Biblio PDF icon save (1.4 MB) earthquake, economics, modelling
Non-market valuation in the economic analysis of natural hazards Biblio PDF icon save (184.39 KB) economics, multi-hazard, policy
Methods to develop long term, efficacious risk mitigation policies Project decision making, economics, optimisation
Social values in bushfire management decision making Project decision making, economics, fire
Non-market valuation in the economic analysis of natural hazards Biblio decision making, economics, risk analysis
Bringing hazard and economic modellers together: a spatial platform for damage and losses visualisation - peer viewed Biblio PDF icon save (1.03 MB) economics, modelling
Establishing a monitoring, evaluation and reporting framework: stage 2 Project decision making, economics, governance
Preliminary report on economic loss modelling Biblio PDF icon save (2.94 MB) earthquake, economics, mitigation
Filling the gaps: how economics can help make important decisions when information is missing Biblio PDF icon save (621.1 KB) communication, decision making, economics
Economics of natural hazards Project economics, multi-hazard, policy
Estimating the Impacts of Natural Hazards on Fatalities and Building Losses Conference Paper 2014 Biblio PDF icon save (1.06 MB) economics, multi-hazard, risk analysis
Foresight for risk – using scenarios for strategic risk assessment and management of emergent disaster risk Biblio PDF icon save (29.09 MB) decision making, economics, optimisation
An analysis of building losses and human fatalities from natural disasters: Annual project report 2014-2015 Biblio PDF icon save (385.77 KB) economics, infrastructure, multi-hazard
Pre-disaster multi-hazard damage and economic loss estimation model: Annual project report 2015-2016 Biblio PDF icon save (868 KB) economics, multi-hazard, planning
Integrated economic assessment of fire risk management strategies: Case studies in Central Otago, New Zealand, and Mount Lofty Region, South Australia Biblio PDF icon save (1.62 MB) economics, fire impacts, risk management

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