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Disaster economics: How NZ responds to shocks

Alan Bollard, Benje Patterson, and Ilan Noy assess the vulnerability and resilience of the country’s infrastructure and communities to economic shocks.

NBR’s Jonathan Mitchell hosts a Dollar & Sense panel on disaster economics.

New Zealand's most recent economic shock – Cyclone Gabrielle – has raised timely questions about how the country prepares and responds to disasters.

This month's Dollars & Sense panel also ponders the future use of damaged land and the difficult decisions about insurance. 

Independent economist

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