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  List of Accepted Contributions - NH9.05 Economic aspects and societal decision making in hazards and risk management

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Schultz, D. M.; Gruntfest, E. C.; Benight, C. C.; Drobot, S.; Barnes, L. R.; Hayden, M. H.
Decision making by Austin, Texas, residents in hypothetical tornado scenarios

Gamper, C.D.
The Political Economy of Public Participation in Natural Hazard Decisions - a case study of Austria

Liverman, D
Communicating environmental geoscience- a challenge for the geoscientific community

Bányai, Á.; Bányai, T.
Optimised technical resource management of networked recycling

Schulte zu Berge, M.
Going beyond science-based decision-making: a perspective from inside UK risk policy-making

Iglesias, I; Moneo, M
Drought management guidelines for Mediterranean countries

Frattini, P.; Crosta, G.B.; Mossa, S.; Fossati, D.
Regional scale economic efficiency evaluation of defensive works in Alpine valleys

Hallegatte, S.
A Cost-Benefit Analysis of the New Orleans Flood Protection Sysyem

Ward, R; Muir-Wood, R; Grossi, P
Flood risk in New Orleans: implications for future management

Merz, B.; Thieken, A.
Significance of 'high probability/low damage' versus 'low probability/high damage' flood events

Giacomelli, P.; Brambilla, M.
Economic risk assessment in case of landslide. The case of an Italian Alpine valley

Raschky, P. A.
An institutional comparison of risk transfer mechanisms against floods between Europe and U.S.A.: A dynamic panel data approach

Rosser, N.J.; Petley, D.N.; Dunning, S.A.
New science, local knowledge and risk management policy; the case of a UK cliff top coastal community

Jeng, H; Ko, Y
The Effects of Non-market Benefits on Planning of Mitigation Measures against Debris Flows in Taiwan

Gruber, M.
Alternative solutions for public and private natural catastrophe funding

Herweijer, C; Miller, S; Muir-Wood, R; Boissonade, A
An exploration of trends in normalised weather-related catastrophe losses

Ulbrich, T.; Kaempf, Ch.; Ihringer, J.; Nestmann, F.
Effective online-information on flooding: Experts and governmental authorities in support of stakeholders’ needs

Dorner, W.; Porter, M.; Metzka, R.
Are floods in part a form of land use externality?

Spachinger, K.; Dorner, W.; Metzka, R.
Economic aspects of flood protection enhancements

Lawrie, K; Price, R
Communicating science is not a one-way street: how science helps communicate science

Warner, K; Birkmann, J; Real Lopez, B
Social vulnerability as a proxy indicator for economic impacts of natural disasters

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