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Integrated Catastrophe Risk Modeling

Supporting Policy Processes

by Aniello Amendola

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Published by Springer Netherlands, Imprint: Springer in Dordrecht .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geology,
  • Probability Theory and Stochastic Processes,
  • Earth sciences,
  • Sustainable development,
  • Distribution (Probability theory),
  • Economics,
  • Economics/Management Science, general,
  • Quality Control, Reliability, Safety and Risk,
  • System safety,
  • Geography,
  • Natural Hazards

  • About the Edition

    Efficient and equitable policies for managing disaster risks and adapting to global environmental change are critically dependent on development of robust options supported by integrated modeling.

    The book is based on research and state-of-the art models developed at IIASA (International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis) and within its cooperation network. It addresses the methodological complexities of assessing disaster risks, which call for stochastic simulation, optimization methods and economic modeling. Furthermore, it describes policy frameworks for integrated disaster risk management, including stakeholder participation facilitated by user-interactive decision-support tools.

    Applications and results are presented for a number of case studies at different problem scales and in different socio-economic contexts, and their implications for loss sharing policies and economic development are discussed. Among others, the book presents studies for insurance policies for earthquakes in the Tuscany region in Italy and flood risk in the Tisza river basin in Hungary. Further, it investigates the economic impact of natural disasters on development and possible financial coping strategies; and applications are shown for selected South Asian countries.

    The book is addressed both to researchers and to organizations involved with catastrophe risk management and risk mitigation policies.

    Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Aniello Amendola, Tatiana Ermolieva, Joanne Linnerooth-Bayer, Reinhard Mechler
    SeriesAdvances in Natural and Technological Hazards Research -- 32
    ContributionsErmolieva, Tatiana, Linnerooth-Bayer, Joanne, Mechler, Reinhard, SpringerLink (Online service)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGB5000-5030
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] :
    PaginationX, 287 p. 82 illus., 52 illus. in color.
    Number of Pages287
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27045945M
    ISBN 109789400722262

    Catastrophe risk The uncertainty in the impact of catastrophes, be they natural or man-made. Catastrophe risk analysts The primary users of the models; responsible for data entry, model operation, analysis, outputs and reporting (and sometimes model selection). Catastrophe risk management The discipline of managing the uncertainty caused by. An Introduction to Catastrophe Models and Insurance.- The Risk Assessment Process: The Role of Catastrophe Modeling in Dealing with Natural Hazards.- Sources, Nature, and Impact of Uncertainties on Catastrophe Modeling.- Use of Catastrophe Models in Insurance Rate Making au]Dennis^Kuzak.- Publish your book with B&: $

    Shortly after, Risk Waters Group asked me to edit a volume within their Risk Books series, fully devoted to the topic of extremes in integrated risk management. Extremes and Integrated Risk Management (Embrechts ) was to be the title. Browsing through its chapters today, I feel proud about the visionary content provided by many excellent. catastrophe risk assessment and modeling, data management, systems technology, underwriting and actuarial science. The consulting staff has the tools and informa-tion to provide you with focused insight that allows you to “think outside the black box” of the typical catastrophe model.

      Catastrophe modeling combines natural science with risk management practices, using computer power. Since the s, property insurers have been visualizing exposure by mapping covered property. Likewise, scientists have been measuring wind speed and ground motion since the s. In recent decades, many studies have been published. Catastrophe risk models offer critical risk metrics and insights that can be integrated into a corporate supply chain risk management strategy. To fully harness the value of risk models, organizations must close the gaps that exist in their collection and management of supply chain data.


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The book is based on research and state-of-the art models developed at IIASA (International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis) and within its cooperation network.

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The book is based on research and state-of-the art models developed at IIASA (International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis) and within its cooperation : $ The book is based on research and state-of-the art models developed at IIASA (International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis) and within its cooperation network.

It addresses the methodological complexities of assessing disaster risks, which call for stochastic simulation, optimization methods and economic modeling.

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Ours is a time of unprecedented levels of risk from both natural and anthropogenic sources. Efficient and equitable policies for managing disaster risks and adapting to global environmental change are critically dependent on development of robust options supported by integrated modeling.

The book is addressed both to researchers and to organizations involved with catastrophe risk management and risk mitigation policies.

The book is based on research and state-of-the art models developed at IIASA (International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis) and within its cooperation network. It addresses the methodological complexities of assessing disaster risks, which call for stochastic simulation, optimization methods and economic : Springer Netherlands.

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