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JDR Vol.2 No.6 pp. 502-516
(2007)
doi: 10.20965/jdr.2007.p0502

Review:

Recovery Efforts in New York After 9/11

David Mammen

Visiting Professor, DRS, DPRI, Kyoto University (2006-2007) President and Co-Director, The Center for Good Governance, New York City, 809 West 181st Street, Suite 116, New York, NY 10033, U.S.A.

Received:
October 29, 2007
Accepted:
November 22, 2007
Published:
December 1, 2007
Keywords:
long term recovery, urban disaster, intergovernmental relations, World Trade Center, 9/11
Abstract

Recovery efforts in New York following the events of September 11, 2001 have been multi-faceted, addressing physical, economic and social needs and involving government agencies, private firms, and a myriad of nongovernmental organizations. This article, drawn from a manuscript covering the full breadth and depth of New York’s experience, describes the loss and damage created on 9/11 and the funding provided by the federal government to promote recovery. Several cross-cutting values and approaches which are exemplified by recovery efforts are also described.

Cite this article as:
David Mammen, “Recovery Efforts in New York After 9/11,” J. Disaster Res., Vol.2, No.6, pp. 502-516, 2007.
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