Manuscripts and Book Chapters
Binder, S. B., Barile, J.P., Baker, C. K, & Kulp, B. Home Buyouts and Household Recovery: Neighborhood Differences Three Years After Hurricane Sandy. Environmental Hazards. doi: 10.1080/17477891.2018.1511404
Baker, C. K., Binder, S.B., Greer, A., Weir, P., and Gates, K. (2018). Integrating community concerns and recommendations into home buyout and relocation policy. Risk, Hazards & Crisis in Public Policy. doi: 10.1002/rhc3.12144
Nejat, A., Jamali, M., Binder, S.B., and Greer, A. (2018). Demographics and the dynamics of recovery: A latent class analysis of disaster recovery priorities after the 2013 Moore, Oklahoma tornado. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 36(1), 23-51.
Schumann, R. L. III, Binder, S. B., & Greer, A. (2018). Unseen Potential: Photovoice Methods in Hazard and Disaster Science. Geojournal. doi: 10.1007/s10708-017-9825-4
Greer, A., & Binder, S.B. (2018). Community Recovery and the Role of Emergent Organizations in Postdisaster Home Buyouts: A Case Study of Oakwood Beach, New York. In Marsh, G., Ahmed, I., Mulligan, M., Donovan, J., & Barton, S. (Eds.), Community Engagement in Post-Disaster Recovery (190-202). New York: Routledge.
Greer, A., & Binder, S.B. (2017). A historical assessment of home buyout policy: Are we learning or just failing? Housing Policy Debate, 27(3), 372-392. doi: 10.1080/10511482.2016.1245209
Binder, S.B., & Greer, A. (2016). The devil is in the details: Linking home buyout policy, practice, and experience after Hurricane Sandy. Politics and Governance. 4(4), 97-106. doi: 10.17645/pag.v4i4.738
Binder, S. B., & Baker, C. K. (2016). Culture, local capacity, and outside aid: A community perspective on disaster response after the 2009 tsunami in American Sāmoa. Disasters. Doi: 10.1111/disa.12203
Binder, S. B., Baker, C. K., & Barile, J. P. (2015). Rebuild or relocate? Resilience and postdisaster decision-making after Hurricane Sandy. American Journal of Community Psychology, 56(1-2), 180-196. doi: 10.1007/s10464-015-9727-x
Binder, S. B., Baker, C. K., Mayer, J., & O’Donnell, C. R. (2014). Resilience and recovery in American Sāmoa: A case study of the 2009 South Pacific tsunami. Journal of Community Psychology, 42(7), 799–822. doi: 10.1002/jcop
Manuscripts Under Review
Barile, J.P., Binder, S.B., & Baker, C.K. Recovering after a Natural Disaster: Differences in Quality of Life across Three Communities after Hurricane Sandy
Binder, S.B., Bender, R., Baker, C.K., Goodfellow, S., Kulp, B., Badillo, E., & Weir, P. Limbo: The unintended consequences of home buyout programs on neighboring communities.
Jamali, M., Hooper, R., Nejat, A., Greer, A., & Binder, S.B. Post-Disaster Place Attachment: A Qualitative Study of Place Attachment in the Wake of the 2013 Moore Tornado.
Technical Reports and Unpublished Manuscripts
Binder, S.B., Greer, A., & Baker, C.K. (2018). Home Buyout Programs: Recommendations for Policy and Practice. Policy brief. BinderGreerBaker_Recommendations_for_Buyout_Policy_and_Practice
Binder, S.B., Thiel, A, Greer, A., & Baker, C.K. (2018). Survey of home buyout program participants from Staten Island, New York. Report prepared for the Natural Resources Defense Council.
Binder, S.B. Lehigh Valley First-Time Homebuyers Survey (2016). Allentown, PA: BrokoppBinder Research & Consulting.
Rosas, S., Binder, S.B., Gosa, J., Royer, J., Budzinski, C., & Vedder, S. (2016). National Institutes of Health National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute final program evaluation report. Ithaca, NY: Concept Systems Incorporated.
Binder, S.B., & Brookins, C.C. (2015). Evaluation report and recommendations: The 15th Biennial Conference of the Society for Community Research and Action.
Baker, C. K., Binder, S. B., Bettag, D., Berlin, J., & Aldana-Aragon, E. (2011). Best practice standards for the delivery of sexual assault services in Hawaii. Honolulu, HI: Hawaii Coalition against Sexual Assault.
Brokopp, S., Castronovo, D., Silvera, G. N., Bean, B., Walsh, E., Evans, R., & Strauss, E. G. (2007). The Greater Boston Urban Forest Inventory: An integrated approach to long-term assessment and management of urban forests. Newton, MA: Urban Ecology Institute.