Social Aspects of Natural Perils

Social Aspects of Natural Perils

Introduction
It is often said that large magnitude natural events are just that, but to make disasters requires a human and social component. This practical explores some of those

notions.

A recent paper by Jayasuriya and Burke investigated whether or not the proportion of women in parliaments affects economic growth. This is more than an academic

matter: economic growth is said to create the robustness required of economies and societies to withstand the impact of natral perils.

The paper argues that countries with a greater proportion of women in parliament have had faster growing economies, and if the inference above is accurate, then those

particular economies will be developing greater robustness to natural disasters. The paper identified middle eastern and Pacific nations as being amongst those with

the greatest change yet to occur.

What to do for this practical
Download the paper at: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2066266
The download button is on the middle right hand side.
Read the paper and answer the question on the question sheet.

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