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Politics, diversity and the distribution of federal disaster assistance

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  • Richard M. Vogel
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    Using a database of natural hazard events and costs that have struck the U.S. since 1964, this paper evaluates the distribution of federal disaster assistance in light of state electoral politics, population diversity, and other demographic factors. The results of the analysis indicate that electoral politics does appear to affect the distribution of federal disaster aid. More to the point, it tends to show that Republican leaning states receive less federal aid than Democratic leaning states.

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    Article provided by Oviedo University Press in its journal Economics and Business Letters.

    Volume (Year): 1 (2012)
    Issue (Month): 2 ()
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    Handle: RePEc:ove:journl:aid:9632

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