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Disaster resilience: what it is and how it can engender a meaningful change in development policy

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  • Adriana Keating
  • Karen Campbell
  • Reinhard Mechler
  • Piotr Magnuszewski
  • Junko Mochizuki
  • Wei Liu
  • Michael Szoenyi
  • Colin McQuistan

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  • Adriana Keating & Karen Campbell & Reinhard Mechler & Piotr Magnuszewski & Junko Mochizuki & Wei Liu & Michael Szoenyi & Colin McQuistan, 2017. "Disaster resilience: what it is and how it can engender a meaningful change in development policy," Development Policy Review, Overseas Development Institute, vol. 35(1), pages 65-91, January.
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