Recent studies have highlighted the variety of ways in which geoinformation contributes to Disaster and Risk Management (DRM) practices. Geoinformation and associated technologies also play a central part in new methods for assessing costs and benefits of DRM and of disaster related damages and losses. Determining the economic value of geospatial information in DRM itself, however, remains an understudied topic.
|Title of host publication||The Value of Geoinformation for Disaster and Risk Management (VALID): Benefit Analysis and Stakeholder Assessment|
|Editors||O Altan, R Backhaus, P Boccardo, F.G Tonolo, J Trinder, N Van Manen, S Zlatanova|
|Place of Publication||Denmark|
|Publisher||Joint Board of Geospatial Information Societies|
|Number of pages||10|
|Publication status||Published - 2013|
Van Manen, N., Scholten, H., Belinfante, T., & CHO, G. (2013). How to determine the economic value of geoinformation in Disaster and Risk Management? In O. Altan, R. Backhaus, P. Boccardo, F. G. Tonolo, J. Trinder, N. V. Manen, & S. Zlatanova (Eds.), The Value of Geoinformation for Disaster and Risk Management (VALID): Benefit Analysis and Stakeholder Assessment (pp. 10-19). Joint Board of Geospatial Information Societies. http://www.un-spider.org/sites/default/files/VALIDPublication.pdf