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The full proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Building Resilience, Incorporating the 3rd Annual Conference of the ANDROID Disaster Resilience Network has just been published in a volume of Procedia Economics and Finance, Volume 18, Pages 1-976 (2014), with full open access and indexed in ScienceDirect by ELSEVIER (ISSN: 2212-5671).
This volume includes selected papers presented at the 4th International Conference on Building Resilience, held in MediaCity, Salford Quays, United Kingdom from 8th – 11th September 2014. The conference was organised by: the Centre for Disaster Resilience, University of Salford, United Kingdom; the Global Disaster Resilience Centre (GDRC), University of Huddersfield, United Kingdom; and the ANDROID Disaster Resilience Network, a project of the EU Lifelong Learning Programme.
The volume consists of 976 pages with 119 full peer reviewed research papers. The Editorial and all 119 papers can be accessed at: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/22125671/18
This volume has been edited by GDRC Professors Richard Haigh and Dilanthi Amaratunga.
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What is Procedia - Economics and Finance? Launching in February 2012, Procedia - E+F is an e-only product focusing entirely on publishing high quality conference proceedings. Procedia - E+F enables fast dissemination so conference delegates can publish their papers in a dedicated online issue on ScienceDirect, which is then made freely available worldwide.