Natural disasters are an unfortunate aspect of life, but should businesses always avoid investing in disaster-prone regions? Companies need reliable risk information to answer this question. Thus, the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction commissioned the Economist Intelligence Unit to study this issue. The ensuing report analyzes 20 countries to aid firms’ assessments of hazard exposure. getAbstract recommends these unique and insightful country profiles to policy makers and business executives interested in a better understanding of “tail risks.”
In this summary, you will learn
- How planning for natural disasters is evolving and
- What indicators determine a country’s disaster-risk reduction frameworks.
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