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Reference Category Book chapters
DOI 10.1016/B978-1-78548-269-4.50020-2
Title (Primary) Economic resilience, total loss control and risk transfer
Title (Secondary) Floods. Vol. 2 Risk management
Author Schwarze, R.
Publisher Vinet, F.
Year 2017
Department OEKON
Page From 297
Page To 320
Language englisch
Keywords Comparative analysis; Damage repair; Economic Resilience; Overall risk cost; Public/private partnerships; Risk Transfer; Supporting economic resilience; Total Loss Control
UFZ wide themes RU6;
UFZ inventory Leipzig, Bibliothek, Hauptlesesaal, 00516761, 18-0019 DK: 556.166 Ris
Abstract The Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction, just like the (French) National Strategy for Flood Risk Management), encourages involved parties to sustainably manage and reduce the risk of loss of human life, economic activity, cultural heritage and the environment, with a view to producing performance measurement indicators. To achieve these objectives, in view of improving the economic resilience capacities of territories and involved parties, whatever the scale of governance concerned, the allocation of financial resources must be optimized to implement suitable prevention and protection measures for early warning and crisis management and, ultimately, for restoration and reconstruction.
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Schwarze, R. (2017):
Economic resilience, total loss control and risk transfer
In: Vinet, F. (ed.)
Floods. Vol. 2 Risk management
ISTE Press - Elsevier, London, p. 297 - 320 10.1016/B978-1-78548-269-4.50020-2