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Artis et al. (2004) . 16 Paraphrasing Sensier et al. (2016) , if the fall in employment is less than 3%, we consider that the shock is more a tremor than an earthquake. When evaluating resilience, we mostly refer to economic earthquakes. 17 This

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that the implementation of the Kaldorian theory was possible when the tourism sector was the starting point for the economy. At this point, it is worth recalling that the tourism industry is adversely affected by unexpected factors, such as earthquakes

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unstable climate conditions, such as excessively high or low temperatures, windstorms, drought fires, earthquakes, volcanic activity or floods due to sudden torrential rains, melting of glaciers and rising sea levels. The people of the coastal areas will be

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