Development Studies

Disaster Readiness


Rio+20

Area
Integrating knowledge and actions in disaster risk reduction: the contribution of participatory mapping

The Bengkulu premonition: cultural pluralism and hybridity in disaster risk reduction

American Ethnologist
A pre-event configuration for biological threats: Preparedness and the constitution of biosecurity events

Australian Economic History Review
'The law of storms': European and Indigenous responses to natural disasters in colonial India, c. 1800–1850

Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics
The Economics of Natural and Unnatural Disasters

British Journal of Sociology
Hazards of neoliberalism: delayed electric power restoration after Hurricane Ike

Business Strategy and the Enivronment
Extreme Weather Events and the Critical Importance of Anticipatory Adaptation and Organizational Resilience in Responding to Impacts

Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics
Innis Lecture: Environmental crises: past, present, and future

Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management
Corporate social responsibility: the role of Fortune 100 companies in domestic and international natural disasters

Development and Change
Flood Disasters and Agricultural Wages in Bangladesh

Development Policy Review
Supporting Adaptation to Climate Change: What Role for Official Development Assistance?

Disasters
From fatalism to resilience: reducing disaster impacts through systematic investments

How much more exposed are the poor to natural disasters? Global and regional measurement

Reducing hazard vulnerability: towards a common approach between disaster risk reduction and climate adaptation

Disaster risk reduction in developing countries: costs, benefits and institutions

Disaster risk, climate change and international development: scope for, and challenges to, integration

The Developing Economies
Evaluation of contingent repayments in microfinance: evidence from a natural disaster in Bangladesh

Geographical Research
Natural and Unnatural Disasters: Responding with Respect for Indigenous Rights and Knowledges

Geografiska Annaler Series A: Physical Geography
ICE-AVALANCHE IMPACT LANDFORMS: THE EVENT IN 2003 AT THE GLACIER NÖRDLICHES BOCKKARKEES, HOHE TAUERN RANGE, AUSTRIA

The Economic Journal
Enterprise Recovery Following Natural Disasters

The Geographical Journal
An integrative approach to study and promote natural hazards adaptive capacity: a case study of two flood-prone communities in Puerto Rico

Seismic and volcanic hazards in Peru: changing attitudes to disaster mitigation

IDS Bulletin
Action Research with Children: Lessons from Tackling Disasters and Climate Change

Reimagining Development through the Crisis Watch Initiative

International Migration
Migration and Displacement Triggered by Floods in the Mekong Delta

Flooding and Relocation: The Zambezi River Valley in Mozambique

Journal of Regional Science
Local Economic Impacts Of Natural Disasters Anthropology of Work Review Race, Place, and the Environment in the Aftermath of Katrina

Journal of Public Economic Theory
Economic Policy in the Face of Severe Tail Events

GHG Targets as Insurance Against Catastrophic Climate Damages

Japanese Economic Review
Earthquake risks and land prices: evidence from the Tokyo metropolitan area

New Zealand Geographer
Environmental hazards and natural disasters

Political Studies
Climate Change and the Threat of Disaster: The Moral Case for Taking Out Insurance at Our Grandchildren's Expense

Risk Analysis
Cross-Cultural Differences in Risk Perceptions of Disasters

Emotions, Trust, and Perceived Risk: Affective and Cognitive Routes to Flood Preparedness Behavior

The Sociological Review
Social capital as collective narratives and post-disaster community recovery

WIREs Climate Change
Changes in climate and weather extremes in the 21st century

Climate hazards and disasters: the need for capacity building

BOOKS

Environmental Hazards and Disasters: Contexts, Perspectives and Management

Critical Risk Research

The Handbook of Crisis Communication
Chapter: We tell people. It's up to them to be prepared. Public Relations Practices of Local Emergency Managers

Chapter: Crisis Response Effectiveness: Methodological Considerations for Advancement in Empirical Investigation into Response Impact

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