FACTSHEETS:

1. Modelling SME responses to floods – part 1
2. Modelling SME responses to floods – part 2
3. Flood response and recovery
4. The role of social capital in organisational resilience
5. Managing the flood footprint for a resilient economy
6. Why businesses adapt to flood risk in different ways
7. The development of an e-learning tool

JOURNAL AND CONFERENCE PAPERS

Ahilan, S, (2015). Urban Flood Risk Management in a Changing World. In: Capacity building to Reduce disaster Risk in the UK and Malaysia, CARE-RISK: UK–Malaysia partnership, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 9-12th February, 2015. ISBN: 978-1-907842-61-0.

Harries T, Coates G, McEwen L, McGuinness M, Guan D, Wright NG, Johnson N, Li C, Wragg A, Ahilan S, (2015). The SESAME project on small businesses: understanding flood impacts, evaluating the effects of adaptation and promoting resilience. In: Proceedings of the International Water Resources Association (IWRA) XV World Water Congress, Edinburgh, Scotland, 25-29 May 2015.

Li C, Coates G (2015). Design decisions in the development of an agent-based model for business operations when faced with flood disruption. In: Proceedings of the International Conference on Complex Systems in Business, Administration, Science and Engineering, New Forest, England, 12-14 May 2015.

Li C, Coates G, McGuinness M, Johnson NJ (2015). Designing an agent-based model of SMEs to assess flood response strategies and resilience. In: Proceedings of the International Conference on Flood Resilience (ICFR 2015), Zurich, Switzerland, 13-14 January 2015.

McGuinness M, Johnson N (2014). Exploiting social capital and path-dependent resources for organizational resilience: preliminary findings from a study on flooding. Procedia Economics and Finance 18, 447-455.

McGuinness M, Johnson N (2014). Exploring social capital and path-dependent resources for organizational resilience: preliminary findings from a study on flooding. 4th International Conference on Building Resilience, Salford Quays, United Kingdom, 8-11 September 2014.

McGuinness M, Johnson N (2013). Responding to changing paradigms of risk: managing flood risk and enhancing organisational resilience. EUGEO IV, ‘Changing Geographies and Geographies of Change’, Rome, 5-7 September 2013.

Wragg A, McEwen L and Harries T (2015). Increasing business resilience to flood risk: Developing an effective e-learning tool to bridge the knowledge gap between policy, practice and business owners. European Geosciences Union Conference, 13-17 April 2015, Vienna International Centre, Vienna, Austria.