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econproph.com/2011/08/27/hurricanes-disasters-and-gdp

Aug 27, 2011 ... Asking what the effect of a natural disaster will be on GDP is probably ... economic effect of a major disaster such as an earthquake, hurricane, ...

www.stlouisfed.org/publications/regional-economist/april-1994/the-economics-of-natural-disasters

Some natural disasters, like tornadoes, hurricanes and earthquakes, tend to be ... of such an event can be an onerous task because the cost of a natural disaster is ... income accounts data, Market effect: loss of income due to disaster-caused ...

pdfs.semanticscholar.org/b096/4058add146d89a9ae605a9087dd27c99b5ab.pdf

Institutions also help determine the outcomes of some events, such as inflation, that could affect long run growth. Countries can help ... Depending on the circumstances, natural disasters can foster long run growth. A. CATEGORIES OF ... associated with the passage of hurricanes, cause the most damage. In mountainous ...

inflationdata.com/articles/2005/09/15/hurricane-katrina-the-economics-of-disaster

Sep 15, 2005 ... Do disasters like Hurricane Katrina promote inflation or deflation? ... We are looking strictly at the economic effects, although it has caused intense individual suffering, we are ... This is the effect of wars and natural disasters.

www.mit.edu/~afc/papers/Cavallo-NaturalDisasters.pdf

The economic consequences of natural disasters are always measured with ... The inflation rate started to rise only after 4 months in Japan, and 6 months in ... the supply disruption from the 2011 earthquake caused a much larger and persis - ... supermarkets to large demand shocks such as hurricane Katrina, and consistent.

www.nytimes.com/2008/07/08/business/worldbusiness/08iht-disasters.4.14335899.html

Jul 8, 2008 ... The economic study of natural disasters has roots in the study of ... The year after Hurricane Andrew struck southeast Florida in 1992, causing what ... The research on long-term effects of disasters is less vulnerable to such ...

www.investopedia.com/ask/answers/041015/why-do-supply-shocks-occur-and-who-do-they-negatively-affect-most.asp

Apr 10, 2015 ... The exact nature and cause of supply shocks is imperfectly ... One positive supply shock that can have negative consequences for production is money inflation. ... A natural disaster, such as a hurricane or earthquake, can ...

www.thebalance.com/japan-s-2011-earthquake-tsunami-and-nuclear-disaster-3305662

Apr 5, 2017 ... That's more than the $250 billion cost estimate for Hurricane Katrina. The quake hit northeast Japan. This region was responsible for 6-8 ...

brightkite.com/essay-on/federal-reserve-and-inflation

Read this full essay on Federal Reserve and Inflation. PAGE ... Do the effects of natural disasters such as hurricanes cause inflation or deflation? .... A vast of problems, such as deflation, reduction in capital liquidity and so forth, confront with.

ageconsearch.umn.edu/bitstream/25750/1/pl06sa16.pdf

tend to generate harsh inflation/deflation and widespread unemployment, can also ... In addition to disasters caused by natural events, man-made disasters such ... In this paper, we will provide selective evidence on the impact of natural and manmade ... economic crisis such as hyperinflation and financial crisis, hazardous ...