ISSN 0361-3666 (Print); ISSN: 1467-7717 (Online)
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Community cohesion after a natural disaster: insights from a Carlisle flood
Urban disaster recovery: a measurement framework and its application to the 1995 Kobe earthquake
Chang, Stephanie E.
Lessons from a microfinance recapitalisation programme
Urban earthquake hazard: perceived seismic risk and preparedness in Dhaka City, Bangladesh
Paul, Bimal Kanti; Bhuiyan, Rejuan Hossain
Organisational socialisation in a crisis context
Targeting vulnerability after the 2005 earthquake: Pakistan's Livelihood Support Cash Grants programme
Zaidi, Sarah; Kamal, Ahsan; Baig-Ansari, Naila
Financing of internal displacement: excerpts from the Sri Lankan experience
Amirthalingam, Kopalapillai; Lakshman, Rajith W.D.
Patterns of substance use among Hurricane Katrina evacuees in Houston, Texas
Cepeda, Alice; Valdez, Avelardo; Kaplan, Charles; Hill, Larry E.
A pilot study of citizens' opinions on the Incident Command System in Taiwan
Lam, Carlos; Lin, Mau-Roung; Tsai, Shin-Han; Chiu, Wen-Ta
Communication, neighbourhood belonging and household hurricane preparedness
Kim, Yong-Chan; Kang, Jinae
Flood proneness and coping strategies: the experiences of two villages in Bangladesh
Paul, Shitangsu Kumar; Routray, Jayant K.
Insuring against earthquakes: simulating the cost-effectiveness of disaster preparedness
de Hoop, Thomas; Ruben, Ruerd
Application of catastrophe loss modelling to promote property insurance in developing countries
Zolfaghari, Mohammad R.
A national system for disseminating information on victims during mass casualty incidents
Adini, Bruria; Peleg, Kobi; Cohen, Robert; Laor, Danny
Revealing the socioeconomic impact of small disasters in Colombia using the DesInventar database
Marulanda, Mabel C.; Cardona, Omar D.; Barbat, Alex H.
Determinants of coverage in Community-based Therapeutic Care programmes: towards a joint quantitative and qualitative analysis
Guerrero, Saúl; Myatt, Mark; Collins, Steve
Handbook of Disaster and Emergency Policies and Institutions: John Handmer and Stephen Dovers
Miller, DeMond S.
Environmental Hazards: Assessing Risk and Reducing Disaster: Keith Smith and David N. Petley
Cook, Brian R.