Ekonomske posledice prirodnih katastrofa

Economic consequences of natural disasters

Authors

  • Goran Milošević Univerzitet u Novom Sadu, Pravni fakultet
  • Luka Čaušić Ministarstvo unutrašnjih poslova Republike Srbije, Sektor za vanredne situacije

Keywords:

priroda, katastrofe, ekonomija, ekonomski sistem, vanredne situacije, požari, poplave, zemljotresi

Abstract

Prirodne katastrofe (poplave, suše, ekstremne temperature, požari, zemlјotresi) direktno i indirektno utiču na nivo rizika i stanje bezbednosti lјudi, životinja, materijalnih i kulturnih dobara i životne sredine. Pored tragičnih gubitaka lјudskih života, svoje negativne efekte katastrofe ispolјavaju u uništavanju materijalnih dobara i životne sredine u lokalnoj, regionalnoj i nacionalno zajednici. Posledice prirodnih katastrofa - faktori uticaja na percepciju građana Srbije. Zavisno od intenziteta delovanja prirodne katastrofe mogu izazvati negativne ciklične oscilacije u okviru ekonomskog sistema zemlјe i to: na tržište rada, finansijsko tržište, tržište kapitala, odnosno na sve aspekte života i rada jednog društva. To može značiti ekonomsku neravnotežu ne samo u okviru mikroekonomskog područja gde se dogodio neželјeni događaj, već i na nivou makroekonomskog prostora.

Natural disasters (floods, droughts, extreme temperatures, fires, earthquakes) directly and indirectly affect the level of risk and the state of safety of people, animals, material and cultural goods, and the environment. In addition to the tragic loss of human lives, the catastrophic effects of the disaster are manifested in the destruction of material goods and the environment in the local, regional and national communities. Consequences of natural disasters - factors influencing the perception of Serbian citizens. Depending on the intensity of the natural disaster, they can cause negative cyclical oscillations within the economic system of the country, namely: the labor market, financial market, capital market, or all aspects of life and work of a society. This can mean economic imbalance not only within the microeconomic area where the adverse event occurred but also at the macroeconomic space level.

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Published

2022-02-17

How to Cite

Milošević, G., & Čaušić, L. (2022). Ekonomske posledice prirodnih katastrofa: Economic consequences of natural disasters. Zbornik Radova Naučno-stručnog društva Za Upravljanje Rizicima U Vanrednim Situacijama I Međunarodnog Instituta Za istraživanje Katastrofa (Collection of Papers, Scientific-Professional Society for Disaster Risk Management and International Institute for Disaster Research, 166–175. Retrieved from https://zbornik.upravljanje-rizicima.edu.rs/index.php/d/article/view/18