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Global Cases in Best and Worst Practice in Crisis and Emergency Management




ISBN 9781466579361
Published April 19, 2016 by Routledge
290 Pages - 25 B/W Illustrations

 
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Book Description

Global Cases in Best and Worst Practice in Crisis and Emergency Management is the first book to focus on select global cases from the perspective of best and worst practices in the context of crisis and emergency management. Bringing together the most established scholars and experts in the field, it offers theories along with an empirical, success-and-failure analysis. It presents the cases using a "lessons learned" approach, highlighting the good, the bad, and the ugly for the benefit of future crisis and emergency management.

The book is divided into three sections with chapters that focus on

  • Macro-level emergency policy cases addressing policy design and decisions with long- and short-term impact
  • Cases giving instructive examples of prevention, leadership, coordination, mitigation, organization, planning, and supplies
  • Cases and discussions of chaos and transformation theories, surprise management theory, and applying theories to building capacity and resilience in governance

The book also includes chapter objectives, analysis points, questions, key terms, presentation and lesson exercises, references, and additional reading lists.

Policy experts, researchers, practitioners, instructors, and students will find the case studies in this book illuminating. With its combination of theory and practice and coverage of a wide range of disciplines, it provides an ideal primary or companion text for courses in emergency and disaster management, public administration, political science, and global crisis studies.

Table of Contents

Studying Crisis and Emergency Management Using Global Cases of Best and Worst Practices
Ali Farazmand

GLOBAL CASES OF CRISIS AND EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT: A MACRO POLICY PERSPECTIVE

Hurricane Katrina as a Global Case of Grand Failure: Lessons for Future Crisis and Emergency Management
Ali Farazmand

Fukushima Nuclear Disaster and Ensuring Necessary Government Crisis and Risk Communication
Itoko Suzuki and Yuko Kaneko

Early Warning Success in Qinglong County, China, for the Magnitude 7.8 Tangshan Earthquake: Some Policy Lessons in Integrating Public Administration, Science, and Citizen Engagement
Jeanne-Marie Col

Emergency Management for Radiological Events: Lessons Learned from Three Mile Island, Chernobyl, and Fukushima Reactor Accidents
Frances L. Edwards

GLOBAL CASES OF BEST AND WORST PRACTICE IN CRISIS AND EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT

Hurricane Katrina and the Crisis of Emergency Management
Carole L. Jurkiewicz

Katrina: A Case of Man-Made and Natural Disaster
Steven G. Koven

Managing at the Edge of Chaos: Lessons Learned from the 2006 Bam Earthquake in Iran
Ali Farazmand

The United States: Emergency Management and the September 11, 2001 Terrorist Attacks
William L. Waugh, Jr. and Christine Allison Canavan

Wilma and Sandy: Lessons Learned from Public Servants
John J. Carroll

Lessons Learned from Managing Governance Crises in the Arab States
Jamil Jreisat

MITIGATION CAPACITY BUILDING FOR CRISIS AND EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT: LESSONS FROM GLOBAL CASES

Resilience Capacity Building for Global Crisis and Emergency Management
Clifford R. Bragdon

Building Disaster Resilience: The Communities Advancing Resilience Toolkit (CART)
Rose L. Pfefferbaum

Learning from Transboundary Crises and Disasters: The 2010 Haiti Earthquake
Alka Sapat and Ann-Margaret Esnard

Planning for Response to Weapons of Mass Destruction and CBRNE Events: A Local and Federal Partnership
Frances L. Edwards

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Biography

Ali Farazmand is a professor of public administration at Florida Atlantic University, where he is also the director of its Public Ethics Academy and teaches Theory and Philosophy of Public Administration, Organization Theory and Behavior, Organizational Change and Public Management, Bureaucratic Politics, Personnel and Labor Relations, and Leadership Ethics. He received his PhD in public administration from the Maxwell School of Syracuse University. He is the author and editor of 24 books and has written over 150 refereed journal articles and book chapters. He is the founding editor in chief of Public Organization Review: A Global Journal and is also editor in chief of the International Journal of Public Administration and of The Global Encyclopedia of Public Administration, Public Policy, and Governance. He has made groundbreaking contributions to various areas of social sciences and has served as a global consultant on governance and public administration reforms to the United Nations for over 17 years. His recent books include Crisis and Emergency Management: Theory and Practice, Second Edition (CRC/T&F, 2014) and Bureaucracy and Administration, Second Edition (CRC/T&F, 2019). He also has two forthcoming titles, Advances in Crisis and Emergency Management (CRC/T&F) and Public Administration in a Globalized World (Routledge/T&F).