David N. Nguyen
David N. Nguyen
Tohoku University
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Public-private collaboration for disaster risk management: A case study of hotels in Matsushima, Japan
DN Nguyen, F Imamura, K Iuchi
Tourism Management 61, 129-140, 2017
Disaster management in coastal tourism destinations: The case for transactive planning and social learning
D Nguyen, F Imamura, K Iuchi
International review for spatial planning and sustainable development 4 (2 …, 2016
The 2016 Fukushima earthquake and tsunami: Local tsunami behavior and recommendations for tsunami disaster risk reduction
A Suppasri, N Leelawat, P Latcharote, V Roeber, K Yamashita, A Hayashi, ...
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 21, 323-330, 2017
Barriers towards hotel disaster preparedness: Case studies of post 2011 Tsunami, Japan
DN Nguyen, F Imamura, K Iuchi
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 28, 585-594, 2018
Resiliency in tourism transportation: case studies of Japanese railway companies preparing for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics
DN Nguyen, M Esteban, M Onuki
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 38, 101222, 2019
Recovering from prolonged negative destination images in post-disaster northern Japan
DN Nguyen, F Imamura
Recovering from Catastrophic Disaster in Asia, 37-59, 2017
Sustainable tourism transportation in Hawaii: a holistic approach.
G Lohmann, DN Nguyen
Overcoming negative disaster images: how Fukushima’s sake breweries challenged negative stereotypes and rebuilt its regional brand
DN Nguyen, M Kumakura, S Kudo, M Esteban, M Onuki
Journal of Tourism Futures 7 (3), 390-405, 2021
An archipelagic tourism development model: the case of Okinawa Prefecture
DN Nguyen
Asian Geographer 34 (1), 39-57, 2017
Resilience adaptive capacity wheel: Challenges for hotel stakeholders in the event of a tsunami during the Tokyo Olympics
DN Nguyen, M Esteban, O Motoharu
International journal of disaster risk reduction 55, 102097, 2021
Airport infrastructure development in Ogasawara Islands Japan: A comparison of media and public discourse analysis
DN Nguyen, G Lohmann, M Esteban
Journal of Air Transport Management 102, 102220, 2022
The 2016 Fukushima Earthquake and Tsunami: Preliminary research and new considerations for tsunami disaster risk reduction
A Suppasri, N Leelawat, P Latcharote, V Roeber, K Yamashita, A Hayashi, ...
Int. J. Disast. Risk Re 21, 323-330, 2017
Resiliency or sustainability: Disaster risk reduction and airport development in the Ogasawara islands
Geographical Sciences 76 (2), 45-58, 2021
People’s Perception of Well-Being during the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Case Study in Japan
D Sasaki, A Suppasri, H Tsukuda, DN Nguyen, Y Onoda, F Imamura
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 19 (19), 12146, 2022
Tourism destination resilience to natural hazards: Vulnerabilities, risks, and host-community impact-mitigation strategies
DN Nguyen, M Esteban, K Iuchi
Handbook of tourism impacts, 279-294, 2022
Rail Reconstruction in Miyako City, Japan: How Financial Policies and Government Frameworks Rooted in Rational Planning Influence Rail Reconstruction and Disaster Resiliency.
DN Nguyen, F Imamura
Asia Pacific World 6 (2), 50-64, 2015
Offshore evacuation of fishing boats: Lessons from the 2011 Great East Japan tsunami and its future challenge
A Suppasri, D Nguyen, Y Abe
津波工学研究報告= Tsunami engineering= research report of tsunami …, 2015
Tourism Development in Okinawa: Spatial and Temporal Patterns
D Nguyen
[Honolulu]:[University of Hawaii at Manoa],[May 2012], 2012
Responses from Businesses in Rural Communities Recovering from the 2011 Tohoku Disasters during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics
DN Nguyen, GF Cordoba
Tourism Cases, tourism202300053, 2023
Tourism perceptions on COVID-19 counter-measures in Japanese Hot-Spring hotels: Challenges for the accommodation industry
D Nguyen, N Tarui, A Suppasri, H Tsukuda, D Sasaki, F Imamura
CAUTHE 2023: West, East, South, North: Redirecting Research in Tourism …, 2023
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