Understanding the Vulnerability of China’s Buildings to Earthquake Risk

Earthquake engineers and catastrophe modellers have considerable data on the relative vulnerability of different construction materials, structural systems and building heights to seismic hazards. However, other factors that affect building stability in an earthquake are more difficult to assess, particularly in emerging markets. By Jayanta Guin and Tao Lai

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