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University of National and World Economy



The University of National and World Economy can be seen in the future as a leader among the higher educational institutions in Southeastern Europe that educate students and conduct researches in the field of economics, management and administration, law and politics. The University of National and World Economy is responsible for sustaining and developing highly educated academic body of prominent, nationally and internationally acknowledged professors and scientists. The University of National and World Economy is called to strengthen and develop its positions as a kind of undisputed, respected and valuable territory of the national and European educational and research space.

The effects of natural disasters are very serious and the destruction caused may take a very long time to recover. Related damage is severe and it may cause relief expenses of billions of Euros. With the increase of natural disasters that have occurred in the past years, it is expected their frequency will continue to increase in the coming years.

At present, at global and national levels, a wide range of multiple scientific and scientific-applied research activity in the area of disaster risk reduction concerning individual types of disasters is conducted. Modern information and communication technologies can facilitate significantly the decision-making processes from the point of view of disaster risk reduction.

Due to disaster risk reductions multidisciplinary nature, people from various backgrounds, such as industry, diverse geographical and global settings, not-for-profit organization backgrounds, agriculture, marine life, welfare, risk management, safety engineering and social networking services will be included.

The Science Research Center for Disaster Risk Reduction at the University of National and World Economy actively works in this important area and tries to share its results with world-famous professional organizations.

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