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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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Disasters and economic resilience in small regional communities: the case of Toodyay Biblio PDF icon save (2.4 MB) economics, recovery, resilience
Mapping and Understanding Bushfire and Natural Hazard Vulnerability and Risks at the Institutional Scale Annual Report 2014 Biblio PDF icon save (1.1 MB) economics, multi-hazard, vulnerability
Including the intangible benefits of bushfire mitigation in economic analyses: a 'value tool' for informed decision making Biblio PDF icon save (807.07 KB) decision making, economics, mitigation
Pre-disaster multihazard damage and economic loss estimation model: Annual project report 2014-2015 Biblio PDF icon save (1.13 MB) economics, modelling, multi-hazard
Economic Analysis of Bushfire Management Programs: A WA Perspective Report Biblio PDF icon save (697.08 KB) economics, prescribed burning
Valuing non-market economic impacts from natural hazards Biblio PDF icon save (736.18 KB) economics, emergency management, risk management
An analysis of human fatalities and building losses from natural disasters: annual project report 2016-17 Biblio PDF icon save (864.84 KB) economics, multi-hazard, risk analysis
Development of flood mitigation strategies for Australian residential buildings Biblio PDF icon save (434.35 KB) economics, engineering, mitigation
Mapping values and risks from natural hazards at geographic and institutional scales: framework development Biblio PDF icon save (1.15 MB) economics, multi-hazard, vulnerability
Disasters and economic resilience in small regional communities: the case of Toodyay Biblio PDF icon save (1.7 MB) communities, economics, fire impacts
Black Saturday bushfires: counting the cost Biblio communities, economics, fire
Floods, bushfires and sectoral economic output in Australia, 1978-2014 Biblio economics, flood, modelling
Economics of natural hazards: annual project report 2016-17 Biblio PDF icon save (1.34 MB) economics, multi-hazard, policy
Integrated economic assessment of flood management options for Adelaide Biblio PDF icon save (170.02 KB) economics, flood, mitigation
Economic analysis of prescribed burning Project economics, policy, prescribed burning
Launceston flood risk mitigation - June 2016 floods Biblio PDF icon save (6.68 MB) economics, flood, mitigation
Reducing deaths from driving into floodwaters Biblio economics, multi-hazard, risk analysis
Assessing the economic value and vulnerability of nature based tourism industry Project decision making, economics, policy
Economics of natural hazards: Annual project report 2015-2016 Biblio PDF icon save (589.95 KB) economics, multi-hazard, policy
Risk ownership framework for emergency management policy and practice Biblio PDF icon save (5.67 MB) decision making, economics, multi-hazard
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
Assessment framework for the evaluation of wildfire risk reduction strategies Project economics, fire
Economic evaluation of prescribed fire as a bushfire risk mitigation tool for southeast Queensland Project economics, prescribed burning, risk management
Social, economic, and environmental impacts of the 2012/13 Victorian fire season Project decision making, economics, fire
The value of disaster research Project economics, emergency management
Economic analysis of prescribed burning in the south-west of Western Australia Biblio PDF icon save (4.05 MB) decision making, economics, prescribed burning

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