Modeling imbalanced economic recovery following a natural disaster using input-output analysis
Li, J; Crawford-Brown, D; Syddall, M; Guan, D;
Input-output analysis is frequently used in studies of large-scale weather-related (e.g., Hurricanes and flooding) disruption of a regional economy. The economy after a sudden catastrophe shows a multitude of imbalances with respect to demand and production and may take... View more
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