Last updated on Dec 4, 2020
Chair, Political Science
What are we to make of these efforts at multinational and multi-actor governance? Are we witnessing the inception of a global disaster risk reduction regime?
Contrary to popular wisdom, people tend not to panic in emergencies. Instead, we seek information. It helps us overcome our initial …
J. Enia, Y. Yang
Do Contracts Save Lives? The Relationship Between Contract Intensive Economies and Natural Disaster Fatalities
This paper provides evidence that a country’s economy becomes more contract intensive, fatalities from natural disasters are likely to decrease.
It’s been six days since Hurricane Harvey stopped dumping rain. There’s just one problem: We’re low on mops. And bleach. …
This article examines the structure and antecedents of two networks facilitated by the microblogging platform Twitter operating in the policy domain of emergency management.
C. Wukich, M. Siciliano, J. Enia & B. Boylan
This case study focuses on a December 2003 earthquake that devastated the ancient Iranian city of Bam, killing as many as 30,000 people. The case explores the politics associated with foreign aid and reconstruction in the aftermath of a natural disaster.
Sep 25, 2018 3:30 PM Central Police University (Taipei, Taiwan)
Jul 12, 2016 Annual Workshop of the Natural Hazards Center (Bloomfield, CO)
Mar 7, 2016 7:30 PM Pi Alpha Alpha Address, University of Dayton (Dayton, OH)
Apr 18, 2015 Founders Day, Sam Houston State University (Huntsville, TX)
Sep 23, 2014 PH+SocialGood: The Manila Social Good Summit (Manila, The Philippines)