on behalf of
the Overseas Development Institute
Disaster risk reduction and ‘built-in’ resilience: towards overarching principles for construction practice
Bosher, Lee; Dainty, Andrew
A multiple additive regression tree analysis of three exposure measures during Hurricane Katrina
Curtis, Andrew; Li, Bin; Marx, Brian D.; Mills, Jacqueline W.; Pine, John
The relationship between demographic/educational parameters and perceptions, knowledge and earthquake mitigation in Israel
Soffer, Yechiel; Goldberg, Avishay; Adini, Bruria; Cohen, Robert; Ben-Ezra, Menachem; Palgi, Yuval; Essar, Nir; Bar-Dayan, Yaron
Information technology and emergency management: preparedness and planning in US states
Pinning down vulnerability: from narratives to numbers
Mustafa, Daanish; Ahmed, Sara; Saroch, Eva; Bell, Heather
Revisiting Sphere: new standards of service delivery for new trends in protracted displacement
McDougal, Lotus; Beard, Jennifer
Business closure and relocation: a comparative analysis of the Loma Prieta earthquake and Hurricane Andrew
Wasileski, Gabriela; Rodríguez, Havidán; Diaz, Walter
How prepared is prepared enough?
Jongejan, Ruben B.; Helsloot, Ira; Beerens, Ralf J.J.; Vrijling, Jan K.
‘You fix my community, you have fixed my life’: the disruption and rebuilding of ontological security in New Orleans
Hawkins, Robert L.; Maurer, Katherine
Land tenure, disasters and vulnerability
Reale, Andreana; Handmer, John
Networking emergency teams in Jerusalem
Yanay, Uri; Benjamin, Sharon; Yamin, Hanna Gimmon
Crime in post-Katrina Houston: the effects of moral panic on emergency planning
Settles, Tanya; Lindsay, Bruce R.
Continuity, social change and Katrina
Half full or half empty? Shelter after the Jogjakarta earthquake
MacRae, Graeme; Hodgkin, David
The normalisation of terror: the response of Israel's stock market to long periods of terrorism
Peleg, Kobi; Regens, James L.; Gunter, James T.; Jaffe, Dena H.
The unthinkable: who survives when disaster strikes – and why
Savage, David A.