The Oxford Encyclopedia of Natural Hazards Governance

Oxford Encyclopedia of Natural Hazards Governance

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Natural Hazards Governance clarifies our understanding of the processes and dynamics of this new, broad-based field. It addresses key theoretic gaps on natural hazards governance in general, and presents in an integrated fashion the status of natural hazards governance worldwide, both nationally and regionally. Focused on applications of governance practices in all variations of response to immediate and long-term threats, it also covers assessment of risk reduction, community resilience, capacity building, and planning. All of the articles appear online as part of the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Natural Hazard Science.

 

Associate Editors

Brian J. Gerber, Editor in Chief

Ann-Margaret Esnard, Georgia State University

Bruce Glavovic, Massey University

Christine Wamsler, Lund University

Obijiofor Aginam, United Nations University-International Institute for Global Health

Thomas A. Birkland, North Carolina State University

Timothy Sim, Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Benjamin Wisner, Independent Advisor

 

Topics

Processes, Public Goods, and Behavior in Natural Hazard Governance

Natural Hazards Characteristics and Governance Regimes

National and Regional Perspectives on Natural Hazards Governance

Case Studies in Processes and Practices of Natural Hazards Governance