Finn, D. and Pawlowski, T. (2022). Hurricane Recovery Fails the Financially Vulnerable. Planning Magazine.
Finn, D., Mandli, K., Bukvic, A., Davis, C.A., Haacker, R., Morss, R.E., O'Lenick,
C.R., Wilhelmi, O., Wong-Parodi, G., Merdjanoff, A.A. and Mayo, T.L., 2022. Moving
from interdisciplinary to convergent research across geoscience and social sciences:
challenges and strategies. Environmental Research Letters. https://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1748-9326/ac7409/pdf
Finn, Donovan Finn (2020) Streets, Sidewalks and COVID-19: Reimaging New York City’s
Public Realm as a Tool for Crisis Management. Journal of Extreme Events Online Ready.
Green, T. and D. Finn (2020) A Return to State-Led Integrated Regional Planning? Emerging
Approaches from Three U.S. States. State and Local Government Review. https://doi.org/10.1177/0160323X20960212
Finn, D., Chandrasekhar, D., & Xiao, Y. (2019). A Region Recovers: Planning for Resilience
after Superstorm Sandy. Journal of Planning Education and Research, 0739456X19864145.
Chandrasekhar, D., Xiao, Y., Rothfeder, R. and Finn, D. (2018). What drives household
recovery after disasters? A case study of New York City after 2012 Hurricane Sandy.
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management. https://doi.org/10.1080/09640568.2018.1492907
Xiao, Y., Wu, K., Finn, D. and Chandrasekar, D. (2018) “Community Businesses as Social
Units in Post-Disaster Recovery,” Journal of Planning Education and Research. https://doi.org/10.1177/0739456X18804328
Finn, D. and Marshall, J.T. (2018) “Superstorm Sandy at Five: Lessons on Law as Catalyst
and Obstacle to Long-Term Recovery Following Catastrophic Disasters.” Environmental
Law Reporter News and Analysis. Vol 48. June, 2018. 10494-10519.
Finn, D., Chandrasekhar, D. and Xiao, Y. (2016) “Planning for resilience in the New
York metro region after Superstorm Sandy” in edited collection Spatial planning and
resilience following disasters: International and comparative perspectives, Greiving,
Ubaura & Tesliar eds. Bristol: Policy Press. 117-135.
Finn, D. and Brody, J. (Forthcoming, 2014) "Community Design at Middle Age: Idealism
and Entrepreneurship Revisited." Journal of Architectural and Planning Research.
Finn, D. (Forthcoming, 2014) "DIY Urbanism: "Opportunities and Challenges for Planners".
Journal of Urbanism.
Finn, D. (2014) "Give residents more say in land use and planning." Op-Ed in The Queens
Chronicle. January 30, 2014.
Finn, D. (2013) "New York Neighborhoods Fight Land Grabs: Public Parks Going to
Professional Teams." Progressive Planning Magazine. 194: Winter, 4-9.
Finn, D. and McCormick, L. (2011) "Urban Climate Change Plans: How Holistic?" Local
Environment, 16:4, 397-416.
Finn, D. (2011) "Growing Greener in the City: Open Space Advocacy for Environmental
Justice in Jackson Heights" Progressive Planning Magazine. 187: Spring, 13-16.
Kaza, N., Finn, D., and Hopkins, L.D. (2010) "Updating plans: a historiography of
over time" Journal of Information Technology in Construction, 15, 159-168.
Finn, D. (2008). PlaNYC2030: Does Greener Really Mean Greater? Hunter College Center
For Community Planning & Development, "Sustainability Watch" working paper.
Finn, D., Hopkins, L.D. and Wempe, M. (2007) "The Information System of Plans Approach:
Using and Making Plans For Landscape Protection" Journal of Landscape and Urban Planning,