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Which policy has greatest cost-efficacy in avoiding impoverishment

Phenomena taken into consideration

A population derives some benefit from living in a certain environment. However, in this environment, flooding can occur and cause damage. An individual protection measure can be adopted by those who wish and have the means to do so. This measure has a cost but reduces the damage in case of flood. However, the effectiveness of this measure deteriorates over time. Individual motivation to adopt this measure is boosted by the occurrence of a flood and information exchange in the individual's social network. Different sequences of floods can occur (at different points in time and with different strengths). The public authorities can encourage the population to adopt the measure in carrying out information campaigns, which of course has a cost.

A proposition of modelisation of these phenomena

Description of this risk indicator

The proposed indicator determines the difference between the number of poor households with and without policy per unit costs spent on information campaigns.

A proposition of formalization of the risk indicator

Calculating the indicator and presenting the results

public/costeff_policy.txt · Dernière modification: 2018/06/06 16:15 par katrin.erdlenbruch@irstea.fr