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- Climate-Resilient Infrastructure: Engineering and Policy Perspectives
- Bilal M. Ayyub
- Models for the Economics of Resilience
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Climate-Resilient Infrastructure: Engineering and Policy Perspectives
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Author: Bilal M. Ayyub and Alice C. Each year, governments and the private sector invest trillions of dollars in infrastructure that may not withstand future risks from climate change Oxford Economics Long-lived infrastructure must be resilient to weather extremes, the effects of climate change, and other hazards. Infrastructure development requires a broad range of actors, including policymakers, planners, funders, engineers, researchers, and communities. Together they shape the physical structures and services intended to provide critical support to the public for decades.
TSIN treblig. Estimating the economic burden of disasters requires appropriate models that account for key characteristics and decision making needs. Enhancing community and system resilience could lead to significant savings through risk reduction and expeditious recovery. The management of such reduction and recovery is facilitated by an appropriate definition of resilience and associated metrics with models for examining the economics of resilience. This paper provides such microeconomic models, compares them, examines their sensitivities to key parameters, and illustrates their uses. Such models enable improving the resiliency of systems to meet target levels.
Bilal M. Ayyub
Bilal M. Ayyub born is a Palestinian risk analyst, reliability engineer, and mathematician. James Clark School of Engineering. Ayyub was born in the State of Palestine in and moved to Kuwait in He works in the areas of risk analysis , uncertainty modeling, decision analysis , and systems engineering. Civil Engineering and Part B. Mechanical Engineering.
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Risk Analysis in Engineering and Economics is required reading for decision making Bilal M. Ayyub Published March 18, by Chapman and Hall/CRC.
Models for the Economics of Resilience
Risk Analysis in Engineering and Economics is required reading for decision making under conditions of uncertainty. The author describes the fundamental concepts, techniques, and applications of the subject in a style tailored to meet the needs of students and practitioners of engineering, science, economics, and finance. Drawing on his extensive experience in uncertainty and risk modeling and analysis, the author covers everything from basic theory and key computational algorithms to data needs, sources, and collection. He emphasizes practical use of the methods presented and carefully examines the limitations, advantages, and disadvantages of each to help readers translate the discussed techniques into real-world solutions.