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Propagation of positive effects of postdisaster policies through supply chains: Evidence from the great East Japan earthquake and tsunami

Source(s):  Asian Development Bank (ADB)

This study evaluates the impact of “group subsidies,” a policy intervention to repair and reinstall damaged capital goods and facilities of small and medium-sized enterprises after the Great East Japan earthquake.

A positive effect of the subsidies on small recipient firms’ postdisaster sales and employment was found in the study. There was also a positive indirect effect of the group subsidies on firms in disaster-hit prefectures that did not receive any group subsidy but were linked through supply chains with a recipient firm. The results indicate the propagation of postdisaster policy effects through supply chains.



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  • Propagation of positive effects of postdisaster policies through supply chains: Evidence from the great East Japan earthquake and tsunami
  • Publication date 2020
  • Author(s) Yuzuka, Kashiwagi; Yasuyuki, Todo
  • Number of pages 20 p.
  • ISBN/ISSN 2313-6537 (ISSN)

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