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Tatiana Filatova

New Vidi grant to study transformational adaptation

This grant will enable us to strengthen our innovative line of research and consolidate our competitive research team her at SC3 over the next five years...

Dealing with scale and scaling

We recently published a paper identifying and formulating 8 grand challenges that need to be overcome to accelerate the development and adaptation of SES modeling...

Methodology to link ABM and CGE models

We present a novel methodology to scale up behavioral changes among heterogeneous individuals regarding energy choices while tracing their macroeconomic and cross-sectoral impacts...

Download our ABM model on risk perception and housing prices

Open Access agent-based model to simulate the aggregated impacts of households’ residential location choices and their changing risk perceptions in response to flooding.

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Repetitive floods intensify outmigration and climate gentrification in coastal cities

Our results suggest that pure market-driven processes can cause shifts in demographics in climate-sensitive hotspots placing low-income households further at risk...

A new web service linking Climate and Economic Models

The use of simulation models is essential when exploring transitions to low-carbon futures and climate change mitigation and adaptation policies. There are many models developed to understand socio-environmental processes and interactions, and analyze alternative scenarios, but hardly one single model can serve all the needs.

Empirical agent-based land market in urban land-use models

This paper introduces an economic agent-based model of an urban housing market. Our Risks and Hedonics in Empirical Agent-based land market (RHEA) model captures natural hazard risks and environmental amenities through hedonic analysis, facilitating empirical agent-based land market modeling.

Improved Methods for Predicting Property Prices

Property prices are affected by changing market conditions, incomes and preferences of people. Price trends in natural hazard zones may shift significantly and abruptly after a disaster signalling structural systemic changes in property markets.

Preferences in Flood-prone Housing Markets

The price of risk is an important indicator that can facilitate decisions in any risk mitigation policy, which demands for methods to value the social costs of risk as accurately as possible. In particular, in flood risk management the central number that influences the balance between costs and benefits is the price of flood risk.
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