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Anna Lorant studied agricultural engineering in Hungary (Gödöllő) and received her degree in natural resource economics and environment management from Cranfield University (UK). She wrote her thesis about climate change related agricultural damages with a special focus on flood risks. After her university studies, Ms. Lorant continued to follow the issue of climate change and was involved in the international climate negotiations as part of the Hungarian EU Presidency team, as well as a climate policy expert thereafter. In the course of 2011, she started her PhD studies, her topic relating to the Hungarian insurance system.
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Hochrainer-Stigler S & Lorant A (2018). Evaluating Partnerships to Enhance Disaster Risk Management using Multi-Criteria Analysis: An Application at the Pan-European Level. Environmental Management 61 (1): 24-33. DOI:10.1007/s00267-017-0959-4.
Hanger-Kopp S, Bayer J, Surminski S, Nenciu C, Lorant A, Ionescu R, & Patt A (2017). Insurance, public assistance and household flood risk reduction: A comparative study of Austria, England and Romania. Risk Analysis DOI:10.1111/risa.12881.
Hochrainer-Stigler S, Linnerooth-Bayer J, & Lorant A (2017). The European Union Solidarity Fund: an assessment of its recent reforms. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 22 (4): 547-563. DOI:10.1007/s11027-015-9687-3.
Hanger S, Linnerooth-Bayer J, & Lorant A (2016). Disaster Risk Insurance As an Instrument Risk-Based Pricing Vs. Distributive Justice: Potential Trade-Offs. In: IDRiM 2016 7th International Conference on Integrated Disaster Risk Management Disasters and Development: Towards a Risk Aware Society, October 1-3, 2016, Isfahan, Islamic Republic of Iran.
Hochrainer-Stigler S, Lorant A, Petrescu E-C, Timonina A, Pflug G, Ioncica M, Jongman B, & Rodrigues R (2016). Flood Risk: The EUSF and Romania. In: Novel Multi-Sector Partnerships in Disaster Risk Management. Results of the ENHANCE project. Eds. Aerts, Jeroen & Mysiak, Jaroslav, pp. 251-265 Brussels, Belgium: EU FP7 project ENHANCE.
Mechler R, Pulido-Velazquez M, Koehler M, Jenkins K, Surminski S, Williges K, Botzen W, Cremades R, et al. (2016). Economic instruments. In: Novel Multi-Sector Partnerships in Disaster Risk Management. Results of the ENHANCE project. pp. 69-97 Brussels, Belgium: EU FP7 project ENHANCE.
Hochrainer-Stigler S, Ioncica M, Lorant A, & Petrescu E-C (2014). Development of MSPs for the Case Study Testing the EU Solidarity Fund for Eastern Europe/Romania. Deliverable 7.2, ENHANCE Project, IVM, Netherlands (1 May 2014)
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