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In-text: (Australian bushfires 2019–20: Exploring the short-term health impacts, 2020)
Your Bibliography: 2020. Australian bushfires 2019–20: Exploring the short-term health impacts. Canberra: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare.
In-text: (Australian Bureau of Statistics, 2020)
Your Bibliography: Australian Bureau of Statistics, 2020. Measuring natural disasters in the Australian economy. [online] Available at: <https://www.abs.gov.au/statistics/research/measuring-natural-disasters-australian-economy>.
In-text: (Bui, Dungey, Nguyen and Pham, 2014)
Your Bibliography: Bui, A., Dungey, M., Nguyen, C. and Pham, T., 2014. The impact of natural disasters on household income, expenditure, poverty and inequality: evidence from Vietnam. Applied Economics, 46(15), pp.1751-1766.
In-text: (D.J et al., 2022)
Your Bibliography: D.J, W., Fahey, D., Hibbard, K., Dokken, D., Stewart, B. and Maycock, T., 2022. CLIMATE SCIENCE SPECIAL REPORT. Fourth National Climate Assessment, Volume I. Washington: U.S. Global Change Research Program, p.470.
In-text: (Davidson, Bradbury and Wong, 2020)
Your Bibliography: Davidson, P., Bradbury, B. and Wong, M., 2020. Poverty in Australia 2020: Part 2, Who is affected?. ACOSS/UNSW Poverty and Inequality Partnership Report. Sydney: ACOSS.
In-text: (Davidson, Saunders, Bradbury and Wong, 2020)
Your Bibliography: Davidson, P., Saunders, P., Bradbury, B. and Wong, M., 2020. Poverty in Australia 2020: Part 1 Overview. Poverty in Australia. Sydney: Australian Council of Social Service.
In-text: (Hallegatte et al., 2014)
Your Bibliography: Hallegatte, S., Bangalore, M., Bonzanigo, L., Fay, M., Narloch, U., Rozenberg, J. and Vogt-Schilb, A., 2014. Climate Change and Poverty An Analytical Framework. Policy Research Working Paper, 7126.
In-text: (Hallegatte, Fay and B. Barbier, 2018)
Your Bibliography: Hallegatte, S., Fay, M. and B. Barbier, E., 2018. Poverty and climate change: introduction. Environment and Development Economics, 23, pp.217–233.
In-text: (Karim and Noy, 2016)
Your Bibliography: Karim, A. and Noy, I., 2016. Poverty and Natural Disasters: A Regression Meta-Analysis. Review of Economics and Institutions, 7(2), p.26.
In-text: (Karim, 2018)
Your Bibliography: Karim, A., 2018. The Household Response to Persistent Natural Disasters: Evidence from Bangladesh. World Development, 103, pp.40-59.
In-text: (Longman et al., 2022)
Your Bibliography: Longman, J., Bennett-Levy, J., Matthews, V., Berry, H., Passey, M., Rolfe, M., Morgan, G., Braddon, M. and Bailie, R., 2022. Rationale and methods for a cross-sectional study of mental health and wellbeing following river flooding in rural Australia, using a community-academic partnership approach. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6739930/.
In-text: (Noy, Nguyen and Patel, 2019)
Your Bibliography: Noy, I., Nguyen, C. and Patel, P., 2019. Floods and Spillovers: Households after the 2011 Great Flood in Thailand. SSRN Electronic Journal,.
In-text: (Royal Commission into National Natural Disaster Arrangements, 2020)
Your Bibliography: Royal Commission into National Natural Disaster Arrangements, 2020. Chapter 22: Delivery of recovery services and financial assistance. [online] Royal Commission into National Natural Disaster Arrangements. Available at: <https://naturaldisaster.royalcommission.gov.au/publications/html-report/chapter-22>.
In-text: (Stott et al., 2015)
Your Bibliography: Stott, P., Christidis, N., Otto, F., Sun, Y., Vanderlinden, J., van Oldenborgh, G., Vautard, R., von Storch, H., Walton, P., Yiou, P. and Zwiers, F., 2015. Attribution of extreme weather and climate‐related events. WIREs Climate Change, 7(1), pp.23-41.
In-text: (Wilkins, Vera-Toscano, Botha and Dahmann, 2021)
Your Bibliography: Wilkins, R., Vera-Toscano, E., Botha, F. and Dahmann, S., 2021. The 16th Annual Statistical Report of the HILDA Survey. The Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia Survey: Selected Findings from Waves 1 to 19. Melbourne Institute: Applied Economic & Social Research The University of Melbourne.
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