Please see below a list of recent publications and media appearances from cluster members.

Recent Publications


Anderson, M. J., Kiddle, D. A. F., & Logan, T. M. (2022). The underestimated role of the transportation network: Improving disaster & community resilience. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, 106(103218), 103218.

Challies, E.; M. Tadaki. (2022). New horizons in the politics of water governance. New Zealand Geographer, 78, 3-8. DOI: 10.1111/nzg.12332

Cotta, B.; J. Coenen; E. Challies; J. Newig; A. Lenschow; A. Schilling-Vacaflor. (2022). Environmental governance in globally telecoupled systems: Mapping the terrain towards an integrated research agenda. Earth System Governance, 13(Art. 100142).

Do Thi, H. and Dombroski, K. (2022), Diverse more-than-human approaches to climate change adaptation in Thai Binh, Vietnam. Asia Pacific Viewpoint.. 

Logan, T. M., Aven, T., Guikema, S. D., & Flage, R. (2022). Risk science offers an integrated approach to resilience. Nature Sustainability, 1–8.

Logan, T. M., Hobbs, M. H., Conrow, L. C., Reid, N., Young, B., & Anderson, M. J. (2022). The X-Minute City: Measures of the 10, 15, 20-minute city and an evaluation of its use in sustainable urban design. Cities .

Mathias, K., Nayak, P., Singh, P., Pillai, P., & Goicolea, I. (2022). Is the Parwarish parenting intervention feasible and relevant for young people and parents in diverse settings in India? A mixed methods process evaluation. BMJ open, 12(2), e054553.

Sinner, J.; M. Tadaki; E. Challies; M. Kilvington; P. Tane; C.A. Robb. (2022). Crafting Collective Management Institutions in Messy Real-World Settings: A Call for Action Research. International Journal of the Commons, 16(1), 1-13.

Svirsko, A. C., Logan, T., Domanowski, C., & Skipper, D. (2022). Developing Robust Facility Reopening Processes Following Natural Disasters. Operations Research Forum, 3(3), 39.

Vunibola, S., Steven, H. and Scobie, M. (2022), Indigenous enterprise on customary lands: Diverse economies of surplus. Asia Pacific Viewpoint.




Davies, A.J., Zorn, C., Wilson, T.M., Wotherspoon, L.M., Beaven, S., Davies, T.R.H., & Hughes, M.W. (2021). Infrastructure failure propagations and recovery strategies from an alpine fault earthquake scenario: Establishing feedback loops between integrated modelling and participatory processes for disaster impact reduction. Bulletin of the New Zealand Society for Earthquake Engineering. 54(2): 82-96.

Dionisio R. & Carr J. (2021) Prismatic immersion of urban ruins: A framework for the integration of ruins’ multiple geographies in urban regeneration. Cities. Accepted.

Dombroski, K., & Smith, T. S. J. (2021). Practicing wellbeing through community economies: an action research approach. In B. Searle, J. Pykett, & M. J. Alfaro-Simmonds (Eds.), A Modern Guide to Wellbeing Research (pp. 84-103). Edward Elgar Publishing.

Kuppelwieser, V. G. and Finsterwalder, J. (2020-21) (Eds.). Special Sections on The Coronavirus Crisis and Beyond: Implications for Service Research and Practice, Journal of Service Management, Vol. 31 No. 6; Vol. 32 No. 1; Vol. 32 No. 2).

Fang, S. E., Prayag, G., & Ozanne, L. K. (2021). Earthquakes, Psychological Resilience and Organizational Resilience: Tourism Entrepreneurs in Kaikōura, New Zealand. In Hall, C.M. & Prayag, G. (eds) Tourism and Earthquakes (pp. 153-167). Channel View Publications.

Finsterwalder, J. (2021), Social distancing and consumer wellbeing: conceptualizing actor distance and actor safe zone for pandemics, Service Industries Journal, 41(1-2), 9-31;

Logan, T. M., Anderson, M. J., Williams, T. G., & Conrow, L. (2021). Measuring inequalities in urban systems: An approach for evaluating the distribution of amenities and burdens. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, 86, 101590.

Logan, T. M., Aven, T., Guikema, S., & Flage, R. (2021). The Role of Time in Risk and Risk Analysis: Implications for Resilience, Sustainability, and Management. Risk Analysis: An Official Publication of the Society for Risk Analysis.

Ozanne, L. K. & Ozanne , J. L. (2021), Disaster Recovery: How Ad Hoc Marketing Systems Build and Mobilize Social Capital for Service Delivery, Journal of Public Policy & Marketing,

Plimmer G., Berman EM., Malinen S., Franken E., Naswall K., Kuntz J. and Löfgren K. (2021) Resilience in Public Sector Managers. Review of Public Personnel Administration

Schindler, M., & Dionisio, R. (2021). A framework to assess impacts of path dependence on urban planning outcomes, induced through the use of decision-support tools. Cities, 115, 103256.


Boles I. and Dionisio R. (2020) Community Resilience and Grassroots action for long-term urban change in Aotearoa New Zealand. In Design Culture(s) | Cumulus Roma 2020.

Dionisio R., Schindler M. and Kingham S. (2020) Tools for sustainable change: How spatial decision-support tools support transformative urban regeneration. International Journal of E-Planning Research. 9(2): 21-42.

Dombroski, K., Diprose, G., Sharp, E., Graham, R., Lee, L., Scobie, M. … & Martin-Neuninger, R. (2020). Food for People in Place: Reimagining Resilient Food Systems for Economic Recovery. Sustainability: Science Practice and Policy.

Finsterwalder, J. and Kuppelwieser, V. G. (2020), Equilibrating Resources and Challenges during Crises: A Framework for Service Ecosystem Well-being, Journal of Service Management, 31(6), 1107-1129,

Franken E., Plimmer G. and Malinen S. (2020) Paradoxical leadership in public sector organisations: Its role in fostering employee resilience. Australian Journal of Public Administration 79(1): 93-110.

Gibson-Graham, J. K., & Dombroski, K. (2020). Introduction to diverse economies: Inventory as ethical intervention. In J. K. Gibson-Graham, & K. Dombroski (Eds.), The Handbook of Diverse Economies (pp. 1-25). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing. Retrieved from

Gibson-Graham, J. K., & Dombroski, K. (Eds.) (2020). The Handbook of Diverse Economies. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

Gibson-Graham, J. K., Cameron, J., Dombroski, K., Healy, S., Community Economies Collective., & Miller, E. (2020). Cultivating community economies: tools for building a liveable world. In G. Speth, & K. Courrier (Eds.), The New Systems Reader Alternatives to a Failed Economy. Routledge.

Gray, L., Rushton, A., & Hobbs, M. (2020). “We only have the one”: Mapping the prevalence of people with high body mass to aid regional emergency management planning in Aotearoa New Zealand. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 51, 101859.

Healy, S., Scobie, M., & Dombroski, K. (2020). Grounded! COVID-19 and Recovering Postcapitalist Possibility in Place. Rethinking Marxism: a journal of economics, culture and society.

Jia, X., Chowdhury, M., Prayag, G., & Chowdhury, M. M. H. (2020). The role of social capital on proactive and reactive resilience of organizations post-disaster. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 48, 101614.

Malinen SK., Wong JHK. and Näswall K. (2020) Effective Workplace Strategies to Support Employee Wellbeing During a Pandemic. New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations 45(2)

Nyaupane, G. P., Prayag, G., Godwyll, J., & White, D. (2020). Toward a resilient organization: analysis of employee skills and organization adaptive traits. Journal of Sustainable Tourism.

Prayag, G. (2020). Time for reset? COVID-19 and tourism resilience. Tourism Review International, 24(2-3), 179-184.

Prayag, G., Ozanne, L. K., & de Vries, H. (2020). Psychological capital, coping mechanisms and organizational resilience: Insights from the 2016 Kaikoura earthquake, New Zealand. Tourism Management Perspectives, 34, 100637.

Prayag, G., Spector, S., Orchiston, C., & Chowdhury, M. (2020). Psychological resilience, organizational resilience and life satisfaction in tourism firms: Insights from the Canterbury earthquakes. Current Issues in Tourism, 23(10), 1216-1233.

Rogers, D., Herbert, M., Whitzman, C., McCann, E., Maginn, P. J., Watts, B., Dombroski, K. . . . Caldis, S. (2020). The City Under COVID-19: Podcasting As Digital Methodology. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 111(3), 434-450. doi:10.1111/tesg.12426

Schindler, M., Dionisio, R., & Kingham, S. (2020). Challenges of spatial decision-support tools in urban planning: Lessons from new Zealand’s cities. Journal of Urban Planning and Development, 146(2), 4020012.

Teen, R., Roberts, L., & Challies, E. (2020). Disruption as opportunity for transformation? Insights from water supply contamination in Havelock North, New Zealand. Local Environment, 25(10), 810-827.

Waitoa, J., & Dombroski, K. (2020). Working with Indigenous methodologies: Kaupapa Māori meets diverse economies. In J. K. Gibson-Graham, & K. Dombroski (Eds.), The Handbook of Diverse Economies (pp. 502-510). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.