Lost production due to internal displacement: the 2015 earthquake in Nepal
This case study focuses on the economic impact of the 2015 earthquake in Nepal, beyond direct disaster losses. The study finds lost production of around $406 million caused by internal displacement after the Gorkha earthquake.
This case study is part of a thematic series on measuring the effects of internal displacement on the economic potential of IDPs, host communities and societies as a whole, titled The Ripple Effect: Economic impacts of internal displacement.
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