(The TQCC of Disasters is 5. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
Queer and present danger: understanding the disparate impacts of disasters on LGBTQ+ communities37
A blockchain‐enabled framework for sharing logistics resources during emergency operations31
Gender‐based violence before, during, and after cyclones: slow violence and layered disasters27
‘Building back better’ is neoliberal post‐disaster reconstruction26
Approaches to ‘vulnerability’ in eight European disaster management systems26
Intersectional vulnerability in post‐disaster contexts: lived experiences of Dalit women after the Nepal earthquake, 201525
The mechanism of disaster capitalism and the failure to build community resilience: learning from the 2009 earthquake in L'Aquila, Italy25
Conceptualising disaster social capital: what it is, why it matters, and how it can be enhanced24
Risk perception and culture: implications for vulnerability and adaptation to climate change19
‘Let communities do their work’: the role of mutual aid and self‐help groups in the Covid‐19 pandemic response19
Social entrepreneurship, co‐production, and post‐disaster recovery18
When Covid‐19 meets conflict: politics of the pandemic response in fragile and conflict‐affected states16
Resilience in care organisations: challenges in maintaining support for vulnerable people in Europe during the Covid‐19 pandemic16
Social vulnerability and disaster: understanding the perspectives of practitioners15
The effectiveness of forecast‐based humanitarian assistance in anticipation of extreme winters: a case study of vulnerable herders in Mongolia15
Interagency collaboration within the city emergency management network: a case study of Super Ministry Reform in China14
How do you build back better so no one is left behind? Lessons from Sint Maarten, Dutch Caribbean, following Hurricane Irma13
Disaster preparedness and cultural factors: a comparative study in Romania and Malta13
Early warning systems and evacuation: rare and extreme versus frequent and small‐scale tropical cyclones in the Philippines and Dominica12
Coordinating non‐established disaster relief groups: a case study of Hurricane Irma in Florida, United States12
Gaining ‘authority to operate’: student‐led emergent volunteers and established response agencies in the Canterbury earthquakes12
Women's invisible work in disaster contexts: gender norms in speech on women's work after a forest fire in Sweden11
Covid‐19's impact on China's economy: a prediction model based on railway transportation statistics10
Actor‐network analysis of community‐based organisations in health pandemics: evidence from the COVID‐19 response in Freetown, Sierra Leone10
Evidence summary of water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) coordination in humanitarian response10
Hybrid governance and disaster management in Freetown, Sierra Leone, Monrovia, Liberia, and Dar es Salaam, Tanzania10
Protective policies for all? An analysis of Covid‐19 deaths and protective policies among low‐, medium‐, and high‐vulnerability groups10
Corruption and disasters in the built environment: a literature review9
The impact of humanitarian assistance on post‐disaster social vulnerabilities: some early reflections on the Nepal earthquake in 20159
The Disaster Adaptation and Resilience Scale: development and validation of an individual‐level protection measure9
Depoliticising disaster response in a politically saturated context: the case of the 2016–19 droughts in Zimbabwe8
UNHCR and LGBTI refugees in Kenya: the limits of ‘protection’8
Localisation requires trust: an interface perspective on the Rohingya response in Bangladesh8
How Covid‐19 financially hit urban refugees: evidence from mixed‐method research with citizens and Syrian refugees in Turkey8
‘Sea of blood’: the intended and unintended effects of criminalising humanitarian volunteers assisting migrants in distress at sea8
Redefining shelter: humanitarian sheltering7
‘We will never give up’: a qualitative study of ethical challenges Syrian health workers face in situations of extreme violence7
Social capital and food security in post‐conflict rural Lira District, northern Uganda7
Why humility is vital to effective humanitarian aid leadership: a review of the literature7
Disorder within the humanitarian sector: the old versus new humanitarianism debate7
The mental health of aid workers: risk and protective factors in relation to job context, working conditions, and demographics7
Disaster aid? Mapping historical responses to volcanic eruptions from 1800–2000 in the English‐speaking Eastern Caribbean: their role in creating vulnerabilities7
Enhancing the resilience and well‐being of rural poor to climate risks: are the economic functions of social protection enough?7
Attracting altruists: explaining volunteer turnout during natural hazard events in Japan6
Dynamics of interorganisational emergency communication on Twitter: the case of Hurricane Irma6
Towards a legal toolkit for disaster resilience and transformation6
The social meaning of money: multidimensional implications of humanitarian cash and voucher assistance6
Prioritising well‐being and resilience to ‘build back better’: insights from a Dominican small‐scale fishing community6
The emergence of post‐Westphalian health governance during the Covid‐19 pandemic: the European Health Union6
PhotoKwento: co‐constructing women's narratives of disaster recovery6
Local emergency management's use of social media during disasters: a case study of Hurricane Irma6
‘No‐one knows how to care for LGBT community like LGBT do’1: LGBTQIA+ experiences of COVID‐19 in the United Kingdom and Brazil6
Humanitarian (in)security: risk management in complex settings5
Inclusive education for children with disabilities in a refugee camp5
Integrating earthquake early warnings into business continuity and organisational resilience: lessons learned from Mexico City5
Predictors of mental health in aid workers: meaning, resilience, and psychological flexibility as personal resources for increased well‐being and reduced distress5
Decolonising disasters5
Cash and voucher assistance along humanitarian supply chains: a literature review and directions for future research5
Covid‐19 in Brazil in an era of necropolitics: resistance in the face of disaster5
The transition from development and disaster risk reduction to humanitarian relief: the case of Yemen during high‐intensity conflict5
Localisation in the balance: Syrian medical‐humanitarian NGOs' strategic engagement with the local and international5
Foundations of indigenous knowledge on disasters due to natural hazards: lessons from the outlook on floods among the Bayira of the Rwenzori region5
International media coverage promotes donations to a climate disaster5