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Infrastructure resilience assessment through control design

Design for Resilience in Infrastructure Distribution Networks

A Resilience Assessment Framework for Infrastructure and Economic Systems: Quantitative and Qualitative Resilience Analysis of Petrochemical Supply Chains to a Hurricane

An Input-Output Procedure for Calculating Economy-Wide Economic Impacts in Supply Chains Using Homeland Security Consequence Analysis Tools

Economic Criticality: Economic Impacts of Supply Chain Disruptions


Diagram of economic criticality input/output procedureDue to the interdependencies among modern infrastructure systems, localized disruptive events can affect supply chains causing consequences that potentially spread across multiple systems with national impacts. The goal of this work is to determine national economic consequences (at a macroeconomic level) resulting from relatively localized (i.e., microeconomic) supply chain disruptions within larger systems.

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2010 Annual North American Meetings of the Regional Science Association International (RSAI), Denver, CO, November 2010

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