Peer-Reviewed Journals

Jordan, J. C. (2014) Swimming Alone? The Role of Social Capital in Enhancing Local Resilience to Climate Stress: a case study from Bangladesh. Climate and Development. 10.1080/17565529.2014.934771 Link to published journal article   Link to open access copy (post-print version)

Jordan, J. C. and Chowdhury, J. (submitted) Is Microcredit an effective Adaptation Strategy to Climate Stress? Evidence from Bangladesh.

Presentation at the International Gobeshona Conference on Climate Change Research in Bangladesh, Independent University Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bangladesh, January 7th – 11th 2015 Link to powerpoint slides

Jordan, J. C., Magnan, A. and Gemenne, F. (under review) Migration as an Adaptation to Coastal Erosion? Evidence from Chaukatali in South-east Bangladesh.

Papers in Progress

Jordan, J. C. (in progress) Deconstructing the Utility of Resilience:  Why Power and Social and Cultural Norms and Practices Matter in South-west Bangladesh.

Jordan, J. C. (in progress) Ethics in International Research: Reflexivity, Positionality and Participatory Ethics.

Conference Papers

Jordan, J. C. (2009). Rethinking Community Resilience to Climate Change: Does a Social Capital Lens Help? Paper presented at The Development Studies Association (DSA) Annual Conference 2009: Contemporary Crises and New Opportunities, University of Ulster, Coleraine, September 2nd-4th 2009, unpublished, pp. 1-14.

Jordan, J. C. (2009). Understanding the Concept of Resilience to Climate Change: Capitals and Assets. Paper presented at The Multi-disciplinary Conference for PhD students: Current Debates in International Development, School of International Development, University of East Anglia, Norwich, June 25th-26th 2009, unpublished, pp. 1-15.

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