Natural disasters such as earthquakes affect several impotent macroeconomic factors that can largely impact the increase or decrease of economic growth. The research in this article shows that disaster preparedness and disaster recovery are two very important factors influencing the extent to which earthquakes impact an economy. This article discusses the impact of an earthquake on an economically advanced economy versus a poverty stricken country.
II. Overview of Earthquakes
III. Disruption of Earthquakes on Economies
IV. Examples of Economies Impacted by Earthquakes
V. Theory discussion
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