Publications

Program faculty, staff, and researchers regularly publish materials that explore key ideas and concerns relating to crisis leadership and disaster risk management. In introducing new ways of thinking about and dealing with crises and disasters, the program’s publications play an important role in advancing scholarship, shaping public policy, and formulating best practices.
Recent publications include Managing Crises, a textbook intended for use in higher education programs; papers on preparing in advance for disaster recovery; and case studies addressing major crises, including several different examinations of Hurricane Katrina.