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Title Resilience and recovery in Asian disasters : community ties, market mechanisms, and governance / edited by Daniel P. Aldrich, Sothea Oum, Yasuyuki Sawada.

Published Berlin : Springer, 2014.

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Physical description 1 online resource.
Series Risk, governance and society ; volume 18
Risk, governance and society ; volume 18.
Springer English/International eBooks 2015 - Full Set
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Foreword; Acknowledgments; About the Editors; Contents; Contributors; Chapter 1: Community, Market, and Government Responses to Disaster; 1 Background; 2 Community, Market, and Government; 3 Overview of the Book; 3.1 Family and Community Ties; 3.2 Market and Production Networks; 3.3 Government Policy and Risk Management; 4 Policy Implications; References; Part I: Family and Community Ties; Chapter 2: Social Capital in Post Disaster Recovery: Strong Networks and Communities Create a Resilient East Asian Community; 1 Standard Literature on Disaster Recovery; 2 A New Approach: Social Capital.
3 Review of Literature on Social Capital4 Additional Evidence of Social Capitalś Role; 5 Discussion; 6 Conclusion; References; Chapter 3: The Role of Community Social Protection in Natural Disaster Risk Management in Cambodia; 1 Introduction; 2 Research Methodologies; 2.1 Definition of Disasters and Disaster Risk Management; 2.2 Methodologies and Data Sources; 3 Vulnerability to Climate in Cambodia; 4 The Impacts of Natural Disasters; 4.1 The Socio-economic Impacts of Natural Disasters; 4.2 Impact of Natural Disasters on Household Welfare.
5 Household Risk-Coping Strategies and Role of Social Protection in Natural Disaster Risk Management5.1 Household Risk-Coping Strategies; 5.2 Household Risk-Taking Behavior and Subjective Probability of Loss from Disasters; 5.3 Role of Social Protection in Disaster Risk Management; 6 Conclusion and Recommendation; References; Chapter 4: Economic and Welfare Impacts of Disasters in East Asia and Policy Responses: The Case of Vietnamese Communities; 1 Introduction; 2 Impact of Disasters on Households and Poverty Reduction in Vietnam; 2.1 Overview of Natural Disasters in Vietnam.
2.1.1 Tropical Storms and Typhoons2.1.2 Rainfall and Runoff Floods; 2.1.3 Other Hazards; 2.2 Impact of Disasters on Households and Poverty Reduction in Vietnam; 2.2.1 Typhoon Damrey; 2.2.2 Evaluation Methodology; 2.2.3 Data and Empirical Results; Impact of Damrey on Rice Production; Impact of Damrey on Total Household Income; Impact of Damrey on Food Expenditure; Impact of Damrey on Total Expenditure; Impact of Damrey on House Repair Expenses; 3 Disaster Risk Management in Vietnam; 3.1 Policy Responses; 3.1.1 National Targeted Program to Respond to Climate Change (NTPRCC).
3.2 Towards an Effective Disaster Risk Management System in Vietnam3.2.1 Review of Disaster Risk Management Approaches; 3.2.2 Total Disaster Risk Management (TDRM) Approach; 4 Policy Recommendations; 4.1 National Level; 4.2 Regional Cooperation; 5 Conclusion; References; Chapter 5: The Impact of the 2011 Floods, and Flood Management on Thai Households; 1 Rationale and Objectives; 2 The 2011 Thailand Flood: Causes and Policy Response; 2.1 Factors Causing the 2011 Floods: From Mother Nature to Man-Made Mistakes; 2.2 How did Thailand Handle the Flood?
Summary This book establishes a new, holistic framework for disaster recovery and mitigation, providing a multidisciplinary perspective on the field of risk management strategies and societal and communal resilience. Going beyond narrow approaches that are all too prevalent in the field, this work builds on an optimum combination of community-level networks, private market mechanisms and state-based assistance strategies. Its chapters describe best practices in the field and elucidate cutting-edge research on recovery, highlighting the interaction between government, industry and civil society. The b.
Other author Aldrich, Daniel P., editor.
Oum, Sothea, editor.
Sawada, Yasuyuki, 1967- editor.
SpringerLink issuing body.
Subject Disaster relief -- Asia.
Disaster relief -- Social aspects -- Asia.
Disaster relief -- Economic aspects -- Asia.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9784431550228
4431550224
9784431550211
Standard Number 10.1007/978-4-431-55022-8