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Could this ever happen in Spain? Economic and Policy aspects of a SARS-LIKE Episode

@inproceedings{Herce2004CouldTE,
  title={Could this ever happen in Spain? Economic and Policy aspects of a SARS-LIKE Episode},
  author={Jose A. Herce},
  year={2004}
}
Rare and extreme catastrophic events are by definition unlikely, but once they happen their consequences can be very costly on different accounts. Hence, prevention and preparedness are sound policies to limit both their occurrence and their consequences. 
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