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Measuring lost recreational benefits in Fukushima due to harmful rumors using a Poisson-inverse Gaussian regression?

@inproceedings{Nohara2015MeasuringLR,
  title={Measuring lost recreational benefits in Fukushima due to harmful rumors using a Poisson-inverse Gaussian regression?},
  author={Katsuhito Nohara and Masaki Narukawa},
  year={2015}
}
The 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake hereafter, 'the Earthquake' and the accident involving radiation leakage at Tokyo Electric Power Company's Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant No. 1 hereafter, 'NPP No. 1' brought fame to Fukushima Prefecture but not in a positive way. In general, economic damage caused by misinformation is defined as 'damage caused by groundless rumors, in particular, economic damage suffered by people or groups caused by improper news coverage, even though they have essentially… 
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