Economic Impacts of a California Tsunami

@article{Rose2016EconomicIO,
  title={Economic Impacts of a California Tsunami},
  author={Adam Zachary Rose and Ian Sue Wing and Dan Wei and Anne M. Wein},
  journal={Natural Hazards Review},
  year={2016},
  volume={17},
  pages={04016002}
}
  • Adam Zachary Rose, Ian Sue Wing, +1 author Anne M. Wein
  • Published 2016
  • Engineering
  • Natural Hazards Review
  • AbstractThe economic consequences of a tsunami scenario for Southern California are estimated using computable general equilibrium analysis. The economy is modeled as a set of interconnected supply chains interacting through markets but with explicit constraints stemming from property damage and business downtime. Economic impacts are measured by the reduction of Gross Domestic Product for Southern California, Rest of California, and U.S. economies. For California, total economic impacts… CONTINUE READING

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