Date of Award
Josef Korbel School of International Studies
Timothy Sisk, Ph.D.
Disaster, Governance, Recovery
Catastrophic natural disasters remain a constant and recurring mortal threat to people around the world. Since prevention of the events themselves is impossible, it is important to examine those factors which can reduce the loss of life and enable successful recovery. We intuitively expect good governance to be one of these factors. This paper discusses the concepts of governance and long-term disaster recovery and the difficulties inherent in numerically capturing these qualities. It explores the correlation between governance indicators and three development and economic measurements of recovery. Three case studies are used to qualitatively and anecdotally address the topic.
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Susan C. Paganelli
Received from ProQuest
Paganelli, Susan C., "The Limitations of Governance Indicators in Relation to Post-Disaster Recovery" (2011). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 494.
International relations, Political Science, Public policy