Supply-chain vulnerability: An analysis of the impact of earthquakes using micro data

Yukiko Umeno Saito, 15 December 2013



Natural disasters have long-lasting consequences (Noy 2012). Two and a half years have passed since the Great East Japan Earthquake, and although many issues have yet to be resolved – including that of the evacuees – many lessons concerning economic activities have been learned from the unexpected disaster.

Topics: Industrial organisation
Tags: earthquake, Japan, natural disasters, supply chains

Japan's earthquake and tsunami: International trade and global supply chain impacts

Hubert Escaith, Robert Teh, Alexander Keck, Coleman Nee, 28 April 2011



The Tohoku earthquake and tsunami that struck the northeast coast of Japan on 11 March has created an enormous human and ecological disaster.

Topics: International trade
Tags: earthquake, global supply chains, Japan, natural disasters, trade effects, tsunami

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