Authors. Preface and Acknowledgements. Introduction. 1. Introduction and Overview of the Proceedings; P.R. Kleindorfer, M.R. Sertel. Establishing the Infrastructure for Risk Quantification. 2. Modeling and Quantification of Earthquake Risk: Application to Emerging Economies; F. Bendimerad. 3. Challenges in Marine Seismology in the Aegean Region; J.E. Papoulia. 4. Seismic Risk in Romania: Features and Countermeasures; H. Sandi. Mitigation and Mitigation Choice. 5. Public-Private Partnerships for Reducing Seismic Risk Losses; H. Kunreuther. 6. Intertemporal Choice under Uncertainty: A Behavioral Perspective; A. OEnculer. 7. A Social Decision Analysis of the Earthqueake Safety Problem: The Case of Existing Los Angeles Buildings; R.K. Sarin. 8. Improving the Safety of Urban Areas through `Local Seismic Cultures': From the Umbria 1997 Earthquake to Co-operation in the Mediterranean; F. Ferrigni. Recent Policy Developments in Turkey. 9. Structural and Educational Dimensions of Earthquake Mitigation in Turkey; T. Tankut. 10. Revision of the Turkish Development Law No. 3194 Governing Urban Development and Land Use Planning; P. Gulkan. 11. Recent Changes in Turkish Disasters Policy: A Strategical Reorientation? M. Balamir. Insurance and Risk Transfer Mechanisms. 12. Alternative Risk Transfer Mechanisms for Seismic Risks; M. Nell, A. Richter. 13. Considerations Behind the Compulsory Insurance with Earthquake Coverage; M.H. Bodurogammalu. 14. Derivative Effects of the 1999Earthquake in Taiwan to U.S. Personal Computer Manufacturers; I.S. Papadakis, W.T. Ziemba. 15. Insurance Markets for Earthquake Risks in Turkey: An Overview; B. Yalcin.
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