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Guide to the resilience dividend valuation model

Source(s):  RAND Corporation (RAND)

This guide provides a detailed overview of the Resilience Dividend Valuation Model (RDVM) to help policymakers and practitioners understand how it can be implemented across a range of contexts.

The RAND Corporation and the Rockefeller Foundation formed a partnership to develop RDVM, a modeling framework that can be used to estimate the net benefits of a resilience project. The RDVM addresses the absorption of shocks and stressors, the recovery path following a shock, and any co-benefits that accrue from a project, even in the absence of a shock. For any given project, the estimated dividend may be positive or negative. The RDVM is designed to provide a systematic, "structural" framework for assessing resilience interventions that ultimately create benefits and costs within a system, such as a community or city.

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  • Guide to the resilience dividend valuation model
  • Publication date 2017
  • Author(s) Bond, Craig A.; Strong, Aaron; Burger, Nicholas; Weilant, Sarah
  • Number of pages 38 p.

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