The Socio-Economic of Disaster Research Cluster was initially set up in 2018, separated from Human Security Research Cluster at Tsunami and Disaster Research Center of Syiah Kuala University. Currently, there are 6 research clusters in TDMRC in total. The research of the unit is interdisciplinary in nature with a focus on socio-economics related to disaster as well as Disaster Risk Financing and Insurance development issues.
The research of this cluster is very wide ranging. The main research of the unit is on the social and economic importance of disasters affecting both rural and urban communities in Aceh and Indonesia.
The research and activity are conducted in partnership with other local, national as well as international agencies such as the Ministry of Finance, Aceh Disaster Management Agency, Federation, Local Government Departments etc.
- Economic valuation of disaster impacts in Aceh and other Indonesia regions
- Economic and Socio Post Disaster Assessment
- Disaster Risk Finance and Insurance (flood insurance, agriculture and marine insurance, village fund)
- Funding of disaster mitigation program and accounting for disaster
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Oktari, R. S., Fahlevi, H., & Irawati, W. (2017, February). Disaster budgeting of Banda Aceh’s local government: Trends and analysis of post-tsunami Aceh 2004. In IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science (Vol. 56, No. 1, p. 012024). IOP Publishing.