December 6, 2007

The Long Road Back

Signal Noise in the Post-Katrina Context
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Recovery from the devastation wrought by Hurricane Katrina has stalled as residents and business owners wait for signs of whether and when their communities and customers are going to return. Tragically, many disaster-response policies and redevelopment initiatives have distorted the signals from markets and civil society that would otherwise foster a swift and sustained recovery.

Read the article at the Independent Review.

Citation (Chicago Style): Chamlee-Wright, Emily. "The Long Road Back: Signal Noise in the Post-Katrina Context." The Independent Review 12, no. 2 (2007): 235-259.