Stephane Hallegatte spends much of his time researching Environmental resource management, Economic impact analysis, Risk management, Environmental protection and Environmental economics. His Environmental resource management research incorporates elements of Socioeconomic development and Political economy of climate change. His study explores the link between Economic impact analysis and topics such as Natural resource economics that cross with problems in Production, Natural disaster, Quality, Economic growth and Productivity.
His Risk management research incorporates themes from Risk analysis, Environmental planning and Operations research. His study on Environmental protection also encompasses disciplines like
His main research concerns Natural resource economics, Natural disaster, Environmental resource management, Environmental planning and Economic impact analysis. His work in Natural resource economics addresses issues such as Consumption, which are connected to fields such as Shock. His Natural disaster study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Production, Natural hazard, Development economics, Poverty and Risk management.
His research on Environmental resource management often connects related topics like Political economy of climate change. His work is dedicated to discovering how Environmental planning, Global warming are connected with Public policy and other disciplines. Stephane Hallegatte incorporates Economic impact analysis and Damages in his research.
Natural resource economics, Natural disaster, Resilience, Poverty and Supply chain are his primary areas of study. Stephane Hallegatte has researched Natural resource economics in several fields, including Capacity utilization and Capital expenditure. His research in Natural disaster intersects with topics in Development economics and Investment.
His work deals with themes such as Natural hazard, Emergency management and Virtuous circle and vicious circle, which intersect with Development economics. His studies deal with areas such as Food prices, Socioeconomics and Demographic economics as well as Poverty. His research integrates issues of Disaster risk reduction, Environmental resource management and Climate impact in his study of Small Island Developing States.
His main research concerns Natural disaster, Natural resource economics, Investment, Resilience and Poverty. In his research, Risk management, Virtuous circle and vicious circle and Natural hazard is intimately related to Development economics, which falls under the overarching field of Natural disaster. His studies in Natural resource economics integrate themes in fields like Economic policy, Investment decisions and Social cost.
In his research on the topic of Investment, Transport network is strongly related with Environmental economics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Disaster risk reduction, Environmental resource management, Climate impact and Emergency management in addition to Small Island Developing States. His Social protection research focuses on subjects like Household income, which are linked to Economic impact analysis.
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Future flood losses in major coastal cities
Stephane Hallegatte;Colin H. Green;Robert J. Nicholls;Jan Corfee-Morlot.
Nature Climate Change (2013)
Strategies to adapt to an uncertain climate change
Global Environmental Change-human and Policy Dimensions (2009)
How Well Do We Understand and Evaluate Climate Change Feedback Processes
Sandrine Bony;Robert Colman;Vladimir M. Kattsov;Richard P. Allan.
Journal of Climate (2006)
A new scenario framework for climate change research: the concept of shared socioeconomic pathways
Brian C. O’Neill;Elmar Kriegler;Keywan Riahi;Kristie Lee Ebi.
Climatic Change (2014)
A global ranking of port cities with high exposure to climate extremes
Susan Hanson;Robert Nicholls;N. Ranger;Stephane Hallegatte.
Climatic Change (2011)
An Adaptive Regional Input‐Output Model and its Application to the Assessment of the Economic Cost of Katrina
Risk Analysis (2008)
Ranking Port Cities with High Exposure and Vulnerability to Climate Extremes
R. J. Nicholls;S. Hanson;Celine Herweijer;Nicola Patmore.
Research Papers in Economics (2008)
The need for and use of socio-economic scenarios for climate change analysis: A new approach based on shared socio-economic pathways
Elmar Kriegler;Brian C. O’Neill;Stephane Hallegatte;Tom Kram.
Global Environmental Change-human and Policy Dimensions (2012)
Assessing climate change impacts, sea level rise and storm surge risk in port cities: a case study on Copenhagen
Stéphane Hallegatte;Nicola Ranger;Olivier Mestre;Patrice Dumas.
Climatic Change (2011)
Review article: assessing the costs of natural hazards - state of the art and knowledge gaps
V. Meyer;N. Becker;V. Markantonis;R. Schwarze.
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