Economic Resilience, Disasters, and Green Jobs: An Institutional Collective Action Framework

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This dissertation is about economic resilience of local governments to natural disasters. Specifically, the dissertation investigates resilience on regional level. Moreover, the dissertation also investigates growth in the green job sector in local governments. The findings indicate that local governments working with each other helps green job creation. In addition, the dissertation finds that green jobs, following disasters, experience three percent growth. This dissertation is important because it investigates the relationship between climate- related disasters and green jobs, which is an area that is under-investigated.

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Ismayilov, Orkhan M December 2017.

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This dissertation is about economic resilience of local governments to natural disasters. Specifically, the dissertation investigates resilience on regional level. Moreover, the dissertation also investigates growth in the green job sector in local governments. The findings indicate that local governments working with each other helps green job creation. In addition, the dissertation finds that green jobs, following disasters, experience three percent growth. This dissertation is important because it investigates the relationship between climate- related disasters and green jobs, which is an area that is under-investigated.

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Ismayilov, Orkhan M. Economic Resilience, Disasters, and Green Jobs: An Institutional Collective Action Framework, dissertation, December 2017; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc1062807/: accessed May 23, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .