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Hurricane Katrina: The Economics of Disaster - InflationData.com

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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.

The Economics of Natural Disasters

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Apr 1, 1994 ... Some natural disasters, like tornadoes, hurricanes and earthquakes, tend to be ... Calculating the damages of such an event can be an onerous task because ... Market effect: loss of income due to disaster-caused destruction.

Do natural disasters stimulate economic growth? - The New York ...

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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 ...

Manual for Estimating the Socio-Economic Effects of Natural Disasters

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hurricanes and cyclones; earthquakes; tornadoes; gales and thunderstorms; .... Natural disasters do not only have readily perceptible effects, such as those ..... calculation any inflationary or deflationary effects that might be caused by the ...

The Impact of Natural and Manmade Disasters on ... - AgEcon Search

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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 ...

Causes of Inflation: 3 Real Reasons for Rising Prices - US Economy

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Mar 15, 2016 ... Inflation and Deflation: Definition, Causes, Ef… 5. What Is Inflation ... inflation rate . This removes the effect of seasonal food and energy increases. ... Natural disasters can temporarily create cost-push inflation by damaging production facilities, such as what happened to oil refineries after Hurricane Katrina.

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Hurricanes, Disasters, and GDP | EconProph

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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, ...

Natural Disasters & Assessing Hazards and Risk - Tulane University

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Aug 19, 2014 ... This negative effect is what we call a natural disaster. ... Natural Hazards can also be divided into rapid onset hazards, such as Volcanic Eruptions, ... flood, or hurricane, or flooding caused by a landslide into a lake or river.

Why do supply shocks occur and who do they negatively affect the ...

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Apr 10, 2015 ... The exact nature and cause of supply shocks is imperfectly understood. ... One positive supply shock that can have negative consequences for production is money inflation. ... A natural disaster, such as a hurricane or earthquake, can temporarily ... Do Deflationary Shocks Help Or Hurt The Economy?