Adam Rose is a Research Professor in the University of Southern California Sol Price School of Public Policy, and a faculty affiliate of USC’s Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events (CREATE). He has worked extensively on economic consequence analysis of natural and man-made hazards and on economic resilience, as well as on energy and climate change policy. He was the research team leader on the Multi-Hazard Mitigation Councilreport to the US Congress on the benefits of FEMA hazard mitigation grants, served on the National Research Council panel on Earthquake Resilience, and coordinated eight studies to arrive at a definitive estimate of the economic consequences of 9/11. He is an advisor to the World Bank on co-benefits of disaster risk management and on the application of the resilience triple dividend, and recently completed a report on disaster resilience for the United Nations Development Programme. Professor Rose is the author of several books and 200 other publications. He currently serves on the editorial boards of Environmental Hazards,Journal of Integrated Disaster Risk Management andInternational Journal of Disaster Risk Science, as well as several other journals in the energy field. He has served as the American Economic Association Representative to the American Association for the Advancement of Science, as a member of the Board of Directors of the National Institute of Building Sciences Multi-Hazard Mitigation Council and of the Advisory Board of the Center for National Policy Resilience Forum. He is the recipient of the IDRiM Distinguished Research Award, Regional Economic Models Outstanding Economic Analysis Award, Applied Technology Council Outstanding Achievement Award, American Planning Association Outstanding Program Planning Honor Award, East-West Center Fellowship,and Woodrow Wilson Fellowship.