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Timothy Fraser
Timothy Fraser
Instructor & PhD Candidate in Political Science, Northeastern University
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Japanese social capital and social vulnerability indices: Measuring drivers of community resilience 2000–2017
T Fraser
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 52, 101965, 2021
742021
The dual effect of social ties on COVID-19 spread in Japan
T Fraser, DP Aldrich
Scientific reports 11 (1), 1596, 2021
582021
Hydrogen import pathway comparison framework incorporating cost and social preference: Case studies from Australia to Japan
AJ Chapman, T Fraser, K Itaoka
International Journal of Energy Research 41 (14), 2374-2391, 2017
562017
Bowling alone or distancing together? The role of social capital in excess death rates from COVID19
T Fraser, DP Aldrich, C Page-Tan
Social science & medicine 284, 114241, 2021
492021
Role of energy finance in geothermal power development in Japan
F Taghizadeh-Hesary, A Mortha, H Farabi-Asl, T Sarker, A Chapman, ...
International Review of Economics & Finance 70, 398-412, 2020
472020
Opposing views: associations of political polarization, political party affiliation, and social trust with COVID-19 vaccination intent and receipt
AJ Dolman, T Fraser, C Panagopoulos, DP Aldrich, D Kim
Journal of Public Health 45 (1), 36-39, 2023
462023
Social equity impacts in Japan's mega-solar siting process
T Fraser, AJ Chapman
Energy for Sustainable Development 42, 136-151, 2018
462018
How do natural hazards affect participation in voluntary association? The social impacts of disasters in Japanese society
J Lee, T Fraser
International journal of disaster risk reduction 34, 108-115, 2019
432019
A Janus-faced resource: Social capital and resilience trade-offs
DP Aldrichi, C Page-Tani, T Fraseri
International Risk Governance Center Resource Guide: Domains of resilience …, 2018
422018
Japan’s resilient, renewable cities: how socioeconomics and local policy drive Japan’s renewable energy transition
T Fraser
Environmental Politics, 2019
412019
All politics is local: Judicial and electoral institutions' role in Japan's nuclear restarts
DP Aldrich, T Fraser
Pacific Affairs 90 (3), 433-457, 2017
342017
Is divisive politics making Americans sick? Associations of perceived partisan polarization with physical and mental health outcomes among adults in the United States
SS Nayak, T Fraser, C Panagopoulos, DP Aldrich, D Kim
Social Science & Medicine 284, 113976, 2021
292021
Leapfrogging or lagging? Drivers of social equity from renewable energy transitions globally
T Fraser, AJ Chapman, Y Shigetomi
Energy Research & Social Science 98, 103006, 2023
242023
Does social capital boost or block renewable energy siting? South African solar politics in comparison
T Fraser
Energy Research & Social Science 71, 101845, 2021
242021
Social capital's impact on COVID-19 outcomes at local levels
T Fraser, C Page-Tan, DP Aldrich
Scientific reports 12 (1), 6566, 2022
212022
Seawalls or social recovery? The role of policy networks and design in disaster recovery
T Fraser, DP Aldrich, A Small
Global environmental change 70, 102342, 2021
202021
Connecting social capital and vulnerability: Citation network analysis of disaster studies
T Fraser, DP Aldrich, A Small
Natural hazards review 22 (3), 04021016, 2021
192021
How Governance and Disasters Shape Renewable Energy Transitions: The Case of Japanese Mega‐Solar
T Fraser
Social Science Quarterly, 2019
192019
The harmful effects of partisan polarization on health
T Fraser, DP Aldrich, C Panagopoulos, D Hummel, D Kim
PNAS nexus 1 (1), pgac011, 2022
182022
In the hands of a few: Disaster recovery committee networks
T Fraser, DP Aldrich, A Small, A Littlejohn
Journal of environmental management 280, 111643, 2021
182021
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