Willingness to Donate to Victims of a Hypothetical Future Earthquake Disaster in Vancouver

@inproceedings{Asgary2011WillingnessTD,
  title={Willingness to Donate to Victims of a Hypothetical Future Earthquake Disaster in Vancouver},
  author={Ali Asgary and Gregory Penfold},
  year={2011}
}
Southern British Columbia, specially the city of Vancouver, is exposed to the highest seismic risk in Canada. Planning for disaster response and recovery as a consequence of a major earthquake is crucial for disaster and emergency management. Donations, especially financial donations, play a key role in disaster relief and recovery. Disaster response agencies rely heavily on peoples’ donations for their disaster response and relief operations. This paper examines people’s willingness to donate… CONTINUE READING

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