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Daniel Henstra
Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Waterloo
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Evaluating local government emergency management programs: What framework should public managers adopt?
D Henstra
Public Administration Review 70 (2), 236-246, 2010
2592010
Studying local climate adaptation: A heuristic research framework for comparative policy analysis
B Vogel, D Henstra
Global Environmental Change 31, 110-120, 2015
2082015
Canadian disaster management policy: Moving toward a paradigm shift?
D Henstra, G McBean
Canadian Public Policy/Analyse de Politiques, 303-318, 2005
1222005
Explaining local policy choices: a multiple streams analysis of municipal emergency management
D Henstra
Canadian Public Administration 53 (2), 241-258, 2010
1112010
The tools of climate adaptation policy: analysing instruments and instrument selection
D Henstra
Climate Policy 16 (4), 496-521, 2016
1072016
How flood experience and risk perception influences protective actions and behaviours among Canadian homeowners
J Thistlethwaite, D Henstra, C Brown, D Scott
Environmental management 61 (2), 197-208, 2018
942018
Urban resilience implementation: A policy challenge and research agenda for the 21st century
J Coaffee, MC Therrien, L Chelleri, D Henstra, DP Aldrich, CL Mitchell, ...
Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management 26 (3), 403-410, 2018
912018
Toward the climate-resilient city: extreme weather and urban climate adaptation policies in two Canadian provinces
D Henstra
Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis: Research and Practice 14 (2), 175-194, 2012
702012
Evaluating the quality of municipal climate change plans in Canada
D Guyadeen, J Thistlethwaite, D Henstra
Climatic Change 152 (1), 121-143, 2019
672019
Millennials and Public Service: An Exploratory Analysis of Graduate Student Career Motivations and Expectations
D Henstra, RA McGowan
Public Administration Quarterly 40 (3), 78-104, 2016
622016
A place-based socioeconomic status index: Measuring social vulnerability to flood hazards in the context of environmental justice
L Chakraborty, H Rus, D Henstra, J Thistlethwaite, D Scott
International journal of disaster risk reduction 43, 101394, 2020
522020
Flood risk management and shared responsibility: Exploring Canadian public attitudes and expectations
D Henstra, J Thistlethwaite, C Brown, D Scott
Journal of Flood Risk Management 12 (1), e12346, 2019
452019
Climate adaptation in Canada: governing a complex policy regime
D Henstra
Review of Policy Research 34 (3), 378-399, 2017
422017
Climate change, floods, and municipal risk sharing in Canada
D Henstra, J Thistlethwaite
Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance, 2017
362017
Climate change, natural hazards and cities
GA McBean, D Henstra
Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction, 2003
362003
Communicating disaster risk? An evaluation of the availability and quality of flood maps
D Henstra, A Minano, J Thistlethwaite
Natural hazards and earth system sciences 19 (1), 313-323, 2019
342019
Municipal flood risk sharing in Canada: A policy instrument analysis
J Thistlethwaite, D Henstra
Canadian Water Resources Journal/Revue Canadienne Des Ressources Hydriques …, 2017
332017
Background paper on disaster resilient cities
D Henstra, P Kovacs, G McBean, R Sweeting
Infrastructure Canada, 2004
332004
The dynamics of policy change: A longitudinal analysis of emergency management in Ontario, 1950–2010
D Henstra
Journal of Policy History 23 (3), 399-428, 2011
322011
Canadian voices on changing flood risk: Findings from a national survey
J Thistlethwaite, D Henstra, S Peddle, D Scott
Interdisciplinary Centre on Climate Change and Partners for Action, 2017
272017
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