The journal is aimed in the first place at economists (in academia, in multilateral organisations, the private sector, and government), but will hold equal appeal for researchers and practitioners in other disciplines, especially in the social and political sciences.
- It is the first journal to connect the economics/finance of disasters and the economics of climate change, which, though intimately related, are mostly treated separately in the literature.
- It is a peer-reviewed, international journal designed to foster and disseminate innovative and original research and policy analysis on the economic and financial aspects of climate change and disasters, studied separately and in conjunction.
- The journal aims to provide a central ‘meeting point’ for all economists working on these topics and enhance the quality and quantity of analysis as it pertains to our knowledge of these phenomena and their policy implications.
- Ilan Noy,
- Shunsuke Managi
- Publishing model
- Hybrid. Open Access options available
- 69 days
- Submission to first decision
- 139 days
- Submission to acceptance
- 13,471 (2019)
Distributional Impacts of Disaster Recovery: Sri Lankan Households a Decade after the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami
Identifying the Vulnerable to Poverty from Natural Disasters: The Case of Typhoons in the Philippines
Authors (first, second and last of 4)
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