Bang, H., 2021. A gap analysis of the legislative, policy, institutional and crisis management frameworks for disaster risk management in Cameroon. Progress in Disaster Science.
Mbah, M., Bang, H., Ndi, H., Judwin, N., 2021. Community health education for health crisis management: the case of COVID-19 in Cameroon. International Quarterly of Community Health Education.
Ndi, H., Ndi, R., Bang, H.,Mbah, M. and Ndzo, J., 2021. Health and economic imperatives for households in the context of the anti-Covid-19 strategy in Cameroon - The case of Yaounde. Journal of Humanities and Applied Social Sciences.
Bang, H., Church Burton, N., 2021. Contemporary Flood Risk Perceptions in England: Implications for Flood Risk Management Foresight. Climate Risk Management.
Reddin, K., Bang, H., Miles, L., 2021. Evaluating Simulations as Preparation for Health Crises like Covid-19: Insights on Incorporating Simulation Exercises for Effective Response. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2212420921002119?via%3Dihub
Baker-Beall, C. and Clark, R. 2021. A Post-Copenhagen analysis of China’s Securitization of the Uyghur: A Counterproductive Securitization? Democracy and Security, Vol. 17. No. 3. pp. tbc.
Kenyon, J., Baker-Beall, C., Binder, J., 2021. Lone Actor Terrorism – A Systematic Literature Review. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism.
Shipway, R., Miles, L. and Gordon, R., 2021. Crisis and Disaster Management for Sport. London: Routledge.
Bang, H., 2020. An Overview of the Covid-19 Crisis Management in Cameroon: Decentralised Governance Response Needed. Annals of Disaster Risk Sciences, 3 (2).
Bang, H.N., Miles, L.S. and Gordon, R.D., 2020. Challenges in managing technological disasters in Cameroon: Case study of Cameroon's worst train Crash—the Eséka train disaster. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 44. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S2212420919304467?via%3Dihub
Bang, H.N., Mbah, M.F., Ndi, H.N. and Ndzo, J.A., 2020. Gauging Cameroon’s resilience to the COVID-19 pandemic: implications for enduring a novel health crisis. Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy.
Shipway, R. and Miles, L., 2020. Bouncing back and jumping forward: Scoping the resilience landscape of international sports events and implications for events and festivals. Event Management, 24 (1), 185-196. https://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/cog/em/2020/00000024/00000001/art00013;jsessionid=29dsfa5gopjti.x-ic-live-02
Miles, L. and Shipway, R., 2020. Exploring the COVID-19 pandemic as a catalyst for stimulating future research agendas for managing crises and disasters at international sport events. Event Management, 24 (4), 537-552. https://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/cog/em/2020/00000024/00000004/art00008
Miles, L., 2019. Sweden and european integration. (Routledge Revivals, London, first edition, 1996).
Miles, L., 2019. Fusing with Europe? Sweden in the European Union (Routledge Revivals, 2005).
Bang, H.N., Miles, L.S. and Gordon, R.D., 2019. Disaster Risk Reduction in Cameroon: Are Contemporary Disaster Management Frameworks Accommodating the Sendai Framework Agenda 2030? International Journal of Disaster Risk Science, 10 (4), 462-477. https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs13753-019-00238-w
Bang, H., Miles, L. and Gordon, R., 2019. Hurricane Occurrence and Seasonal Activity: An Analysis of the 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season. American Journal of Climate Change. https://www.scirp.org/journal/paperinformation.aspx?paperid=95950
Bang, H., Miles, L. and Gordon, R., 2019. Evaluating local vulnerability and organisational resilience to frequent flooding in Africa: the case of Northern Cameroon. Foresight, 21 (2), 266-284.
Baker-Beall, C., 2019. The threat of the ‘returning foreign fighter’: The securitization of EU migration and border control policy. Security Dialogue, 50 (5), 437-453.
Shipway, R. and Miles, L., 2019. Reputation and perceived resilience in developing countries bidding for major sports events. In: Walters, G. and Mair, J., eds. Reputation and Image Recovery for the Tourism Industry. Oxford: Goodfellow Publishers, 148-164.
Bang, H., Miles, L. and Gordon, R., 2018. Enhancing local livelihoods resilience and food security in the face of frequent flooding in Africa: A disaster management perspective. Journal of African Studies and Development, 10 (7), 85-100.
Bang, H., Balgah, R. and Fondo, S., 2018. Drivers for coping with flood hazards: Beyond the analysis of single cases. Jàmbá : Journal of Disaster Risk Studies.
Reddin, K., 2018. The Promotion of Grab Bags as Disaster Risk Reduction Strategy. PLOS Currents Disasters.
Miles, L., Gordon, R. and Bang, H., 2017. Blaming Active Volcanoes or Active Volcanic Blame? Volcanic Crisis Communication and Blame Management in the Cameroon. In: Fearnley,, C., Bird, D., Jolly, G., Haynes, K. and McGuire, B., eds. Observing the Volcano World, Volcanic Crisis Communication. Springer.
Walters, G., Shipway, R., Miles, L. and Aldrigui, M., 2017. Fandom and risk perceptions of Olympic tourists. Annals of Tourism Research, 66, 210-212.
Bang, H., Miles, L. and Gordon, R., 2017. The Irony of Flood Risks in African Dryland Environments: Human Security in North Cameroon. World Journal of Engineering and Technology, 5, 109+-121.
Holdo, G.M., Miles, L. and Hartwell, H., 2017. Disaster nursing: Looking to the future in NORWAY. International Journal of Safety and Security Engineering, 7 (3), 431-442. https://www.witpress.com/elibrary/sse-volumes/7/3/1889
Bang, H., 2016. 30 Years After the Lake Nyos Disaster: What Prospects for Rehabilitation and Reintegration in the Region? Disaster Management, Social Vulnerability, Risk Perception and Relocation Decisions in Cameroon. US: Book Venture Publishing.
Baker-Beall, C., 2016. The European Union’s Fight against Terrorism: Discourse, Policies, Identity. (Manchester University Press, Manchester).
Miles, L., 2016. The five 'C's': Synergies in International Disaster Management and public health and a place for entrepreneurial resilience? Perspectives in Public Health, 136 (6), 323-325.
Guderjan, M. and Miles, L., 2016. The fusion approach – applications for understanding local government and European integration. Journal of European Integration, 38 (6), 637-652.
Reddin, K. and MacDonald, G., 2016. Post-incident Follow-up. Health Emergency Planning and Response; Chapter 12, 126 – 137. Sellwood and Wapling Eds. CAB International.
Bang, H., 2015. Disaster Management in Cameroon: The Lake Nyos Disaster Experience. In: Emerald Group, L., ed. New Perspectives in Global Environmental Disasters. Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 57-78.
Sabi, H.M., Mlay, S.V., Tsuma, C.K. and Bang, H.N., 2015. Conceptualizing user preference and trust in western designed banking software systems in developing countries. Journal of Internet Banking and Commerce, 20 (3).
Heath-Kelly, C., Baker-Beall, C. and Jarvis, L., 2015. Editors’ introduction: neoliberalism and/as terror. Critical Studies on Terrorism, 8 (1), 1-14.
Miles, L., 2015. Bridging interdependency?: Nordic 'yes, but ...' - integration from a historical perspective. The Nordic Countries and the European Union: Still the Other European Community?. 15-31.
Miles, L. and Petridou, E., 2015. Entrepreneurial resilience role of policy entrepreneurship in the political perspective of crisis management. Organisational Resilience: Concepts, Integration, and Practice. 67-81.
Miles, L., 2015. Political entrepreneurship as painful choices: An examination of Swedish (post)-neutrality security policy. Entrepreneurship in the Polis: Understanding Political Entrepreneurship. 133-150.
Narbutaite-Aflaki, I, Petridou, E. and Miles, L. (eds.) (2015) Entrepreneurship in the POLIS: Understanding Political Entrepreneurship (Routledge: London).