International Journal of Disaster Risk Science

Papers
(The H4-Index of International Journal of Disaster Risk Science is 21. 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 2020-02-01 to 2024-02-01.)
ArticleCitations
Small and Medium Enterprises and Global Risks: Evidence from Manufacturing SMEs in Turkey76
Disaster Risk Science: A Geographical Perspective and a Research Framework53
Reviewing the Oceanic Niño Index (ONI) to Enhance Societal Readiness for El Niño’s Impacts50
Disaster Knowledge Gaps: Exploring the Interface Between Science and Policy for Disaster Risk Reduction in Europe44
Reflections on the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction: Five Years Since Its Adoption39
A Building Classification System for Multi-hazard Risk Assessment37
Potential Linkages Between Social Capital, Flood Risk Perceptions, and Self-Efficacy33
A Likert Scale-Based Model for Benchmarking Operational Capacity, Organizational Resilience, and Disaster Risk Reduction32
Remote Sensing Based Rapid Assessment of Flood Crop Damage Using Novel Disaster Vegetation Damage Index (DVDI)31
Five Years Later: Assessing the Implementation of the Four Priorities of the Sendai Framework for Inclusion of People with Disabilities30
Linking a Storm Water Management Model to a Novel Two-Dimensional Model for Urban Pluvial Flood Modeling29
Five Years Beyond Sendai—Can We Get Beyond Frameworks?29
Closing the Gaps in Disaster Management and Response: Drawing on Local Experiences with Cyclone Idai in Chimanimani, Zimbabwe28
The Importance of Digital Elevation Model Selection in Flood Simulation and a Proposed Method to Reduce DEM Errors: A Case Study in Shanghai27
The Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction at Five: Lessons from the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami25
New Realization of Disaster Risk Reduction Education in the Context of a Global Pandemic: Lessons from Japan25
“What is a Sociologist Doing Here?” An Unconventional People-Centered Approach to Improve Warning Implementation in the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction25
Thirty Years of Science, Technology, and Academia in Disaster Risk Reduction and Emerging Responsibilities24
A Critical Review of Social Resilience Properties and Pathways in Disaster Management24
Health Emergency and Disaster Risk Management: Five Years into Implementation of the Sendai Framework22
Leveraging Hazard, Exposure, and Social Vulnerability Data to Assess Flood Risk to Indigenous Communities in Canada21
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