Table Of Contents - Special Issue: The Katrina Disaster and New Orleans – Part 1
The broken trailer fallacy: Seeing the unseen effects of government policies in post‐Katrina New OrleansEdward P. Stringham, Nicholas A. Snow
The purpose of this paper is to analyze some of the unseen negative effects of the post‐Katrina government policies dealing with housing in New Orleans.
Institutions, incentives, and disaster relief: The case of the Federal Emergency Management Agency following Hurricane KatrinaChristopher Westley, Robert P. Murphy, William L. Anderson
The purpose of this paper is to highlight the importance of property rights institutions to disaster relief efforts, with a focus on the US Federal Emergency Management…
The concept of “price gouging” during times of emergency, such as in the aftermath of Katrina, often evokes quite an emotional and reactive response from people who are…
The purpose of this paper is to examine the effect the rebuilding of the casino industry has had on the recovery efforts from Katrina.
The purpose of this paper is to explore the relationship between beliefs and economic policy in the context of gasoline prices following Hurricane Katrina.
The purpose of this paper is to apply economic and ethical analysis to natural disasters such as Hurricane Katrina to determine which approaches to disaster relief work…
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