On November 20, Elsevier has launched an important new report, A Global Outlook on Disaster Science, in partnership with global experts and leading international institutions, including APRU.
The report displays an analysis of global disaster science scholarly output and specific topics being studied within research on different types of disasters. One of the most novel analyses presented in the report is the examination of disaster science in the context of the human toll and economic burden of natural disasters. The study also provides more insights on disaster science research conducted in 10 individual countries, in the Americas, Asia, and Europe, revealing which disaster types are researched and where.
Click here to read the official global press release by Elsevier.
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Disaster prevention collaboration needed across Asia, report says (Asia Times)
Research into disasters ‘heavily skewed towards richest countries’ (Times Higher Education)
Disaster research: Tokyo University ranks first(Nikkei Shimbun – in Japanese, short translation below)