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Financial Impact of Mega Disasters

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International statistics indicate that total inflation adjusted losses caused by catastrophic natural disasters more than tripled between the 1980s and the present decade

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Fig. 1

Source Teikoku Databank, own calculations

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Source Kamesaka (2013)

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Source Kamesaka (2013)

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Source Kamesaka (2013)

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Waldenberger, F., Kamesaka, A. (2019). Financial Impact of Mega Disasters. In: Kamesaka, A., Waldenberger, F. (eds) Governance, Risk and Financial Impact of Mega Disasters. Economics, Law, and Institutions in Asia Pacific. Springer, Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-13-9005-0_1

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