4 edition of The political economy of hazards and disasters found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Eric C. Jones and Arthur D. Murphy.|
|Series||Society for economic anthropology (SEA) monographs -- No. 27|
|Contributions||Jones, Eric C., 1970-, Murphy, Arthur D.|
|LC Classifications||HV553 .P63 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||0759113092, 0759113114|
|ISBN 10||9780759113091, 9780759113114|
|LC Control Number||2008045392|
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The Political Economy of Hazards and Disasters demonstrates how vulnerability is economically constructed, primary producers adapt their production regimes, how traders and merchants adapt their practices, and how political economic objectives play out in recovery efforts.5/5(1).
This volume examines how elite groups attempt to maintain power through the use of particular economic, political, and ideological instruments and how both ruling elites and common people endeavor to create meaningful traditions while enduring Political Economy of Hazards and Disasters demonstrates how vulnerability is economically constructed, primary producers adapt their production regimes, how traders and merchants adapt their practices, and how political economic Author: Eric C.
Jones. This volume examines how elite groups attempt to maintain power through the use of particular economic, political, and ideological instruments and how both ruling elites and common people endeavor to create meaningful traditions while enduring Political Economy of Hazards and Disasters demonstrates how vulnerability is economically constructed, primary producers adapt their production regimes, how The political economy of hazards and disasters book and merchants adapt their practices, and how political economic 5/5(1).
The Political Economy of Hazards and Disasters (Society for Economic Anthropology (Sea) Monographs) Eric C. Jones This volume explores the ways in which economies deal with severe crises: how vulnerability is economically constructed, how production and trade practices adapt to new situations, and how political economic objectives play out in recovery efforts.
Linking broad-scale political economic contexts to fine-scale economic consequences in disaster research / Eric C. Jones and Arthur D. Murphy --Anthropology and the political economy of disasters / Anthony Oliver-Smith --"The dam is becoming dangerous and may possibly go": the paleodemography and political economy of the Johnstown flood of.
Book Review of The Political Economy of Hazards and Disasters edited by Eric C. Jones & Arthur D. Murphy. THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF HAZARDS AND DISASTERS.
The authors use a political-economy model of disaster prevention, supported by case studies and preliminary empirics, to explain why some governments prepare well for disasters and others do not.
Part I: Economic Parameters of Disasters CHAPTER 1 Linking Broad-Scale Political Economic Contexts to Fine-Scale Economic Consequences in Disaster Research ERIC C. JONES AND ARTHUR D. MURPHY 3 CHAPTER 2 Anthropology and the Political Economy of Disasters ANTHONY OLIVER-SMITH 1 1 Part II: Class-Based Vulnerability in Disaster Exposure, Impact.
The authors use a political-economy model of disaster prevention, supported by case studies and preliminary empirics, to explain why some governments prepare well for disasters and others do not. The authors show how the presence of international aid distorts this choice and increases the chance that governments will by: At Risk argues that the social, political and economic environment is as much a cause of disasters as the natural environment.
Published within the International Decade of Natural Hazard Reduction. Get this from a library. The political economy of hazards and disasters. [Eric C Jones; Arthur D Murphy;] -- This volume explores the ways in which economies deal with severe crises: how vulnerability is economically constructed, how production and trade practices adapt to new situations, and how political.
This is an outstanding contribution to the best scientific literature on disaster research. This monograph has as fundamental framework the important distinction between hazards and disasters, which was contributed by the earlier generation of disaster researchers (such as E.
Quarantelli, R. Perry, L. Di Sopra, D. Mileti, R. Stallings, among others).5/5. economic damage from natural disasters. In the next section, we develop a political economy theory of natural disaster preparedness and loss mitigation.
We discuss the various reasons why private indi-3 The Emergency Events Database (EM-DAT), maintained by the WHO Collaborating Centre for. By hazard categories this book includes critical processes and outcomes that significantly disrupt human wellbeing over brief or long time-frames.
Whilst hazards, risks and disasters impact. Natural disaster propensity, i.e. the frequency and intensity of experiencing natural hazards of a certain type, influences disaster damage because it determines the incentives faced by governments and private actors in undertaking measures that will prevent or at least mitigate damage in case hazard by: The Political Economy of Hazards and Disasters by Eric C.
Jones OverDrive (Rakuten OverDrive): eBooks, audiobooks and videos for libraries Throughout history, societies have had to decide whom to "sacrifice" and whom to help in times of disaster. Book Description.
Growing debates around governance are taking place among academic, policy-making, and practice-based communities. In light of the increasing focus on governance, this book presents and discusses governance as a framework that is able to both conceptualize and contextualize risks and disasters as currently experienced and managed into social systems.
“Nature creates hazards, but disasters are largely man-made”, according to the new book The Economic Impacts of Natural Disasters, edited by Debarati Guha-Sapir and Indhira Santos. Indeed, natural hazards that have no impact on human society – such as a hurricane that never makes landfall – are not recorded in the standard disaster.
Natural disasters occur in a political space. Although events beyond our control may trigger a disaster, the level of government preparedness and response greatly determines the extent of suffering incurred by the affected population. We use a political economy model of disaster prevention, supported by case studies and preliminary empirics toFile Size: KB.
investigates the social and political impact of natural disasters by examining their effect on social and political attitudes and by exploring media coverage as a mechanism underlying political consequences.
The results reveal that natural disasters may have a comparatively frequent, although small and temporary, effect on social Size: KB.Novem — Storms, floods, earthquakes, and droughts caused more than million deaths and $2, billion (in dollars) in damage between and But much can be done to reduce the toll from such hazards—even in the face of increased risk from climate change, argues a new book, Natural Hazards, UnNatural Disasters: The Economics of Effective Prevention.Transforming disaster risk management: a political economy approach advancing knowledge, shaping policy, inspiring practice The Overseas Development Institute is the UK’s leading independent think tank on international development and humanitarian issues.