How Do Supply Chain Networks Affect The Resilience Of Firms To Natural Disasters? Evidence From The Great East Japan Earthquake

This article, published in the Journal of Regional Science, uses the Great East Japan Earthquake in 2011 as a case study to analyze the broader concept of how a region's supply chain can affect the way it is able to recover from a disaster such as the earthquake. It discusses the implications of manufacturing plants being unable to function as part of a cascading effect of failures.

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