Economics of Resilient Infrastructure

Economics of Resilient InfrastructureResilient Organisations are core team members for a new research project "The Economics of Resilient Infrastructure (EoRI)" which is funded by the New Zealand government for $2.8m over 4 years. 

 

The project will develop a new tool which will:

  • quantify the economic implications of vulnerabilities to infrastructure failure from both natural hazards and infrastructure-only events, and
  • explore alternative post disaster recovery strategies.

The key output will be a high resolution assessment across space and through time of the economic consequences of infrastructure failure, business response and recovery options.

To find out more about this research, take a look at our project flyer or go to the project website Economics of Resilient Infrastructure.


Publications

Businesses and the Canterbury earthquakes: how do their experiences translate to other contexts?

T. Hatton, E. Seville, C. Brown, J. R. Stevenson
March 2016, ERI Research Report 2016/01.

Developing the Business Behaviours Module within MERIT

Charlotte Brown, Erica Seville, Joanne Stevenson, Sonia Giovinazzi, John Vargo. August 2015. ERI Research Report 2015/02.

Disruption and Resilience: How Organisations coped with the Canterbury Earthquakes

Erica Seville, Joanne Stevenson, Charlotte Brown, Sonia Giovinazzi, John Vargo.  December 2014. ERI Research Report 2014/002.