The dynamics among poverty, vulnerability, and resilience: evidence from coastal Bangladesh

The concepts of vulnerability and resilience govern contemporary natural hazard-led disaster risk management approaches. However, the empirical assimilation of socioeconomic resilience and its calibration with poverty and vulnerability are very few, which inhibit a rational process of risk analysis and policy making. In this study, we performed an empirical investigation of socioeconomic resilience to natural hazard-triggered disasters regarding tropical cyclone affected communities in southwestern coastal Bangladesh.

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