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07/02/2020

Damage, Living Environment, and Reconstruction Under the Great East Japan Earthquake-The 3th Survey of Nuclear Disaster Evacuees from Futaba, Fukushima, Summary of Results 2016

Insurance Research Department Keiko Iwasaki 

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■Summary

urveys on the damage, living environment and reconstruction under the Great East Japan Earthquake have been conducted via a research project called the "International comparison of reconstruction of living infrastructure from disasters" (Yasuyuki Sawada, Professor, Graduate School of Economics, The University of Tokyo; Keiko Iwasaki, Researcher, NLI Research Institute) of the University of Tokyo since 2013. The surveys target all household heads of Futaba in Fukushima prefecture, where all residents were forced to evacuate due to the nuclear power plant accident caused by the Great East Japan Earthquake that occurred in 2011. Surveys were conducted in July 2013, December 2014, July 2016, December 2017 and July 2019. This paper reports the summary of results of the third survey conducted in July 2016.

■Index

1――Basic Information
2――Health Condition
3――Change in Social Capital
4――Building Relationships with Residents at Evacuation Destinations
5――Summary of Findings from the Three Rounds of Surveys
Appendix: Summary Tables

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Keiko Iwasaki

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