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Inter-Organizational Approaches to Extreme Events
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"Crisis collaboration across geographical and administrative borders is a must. It is also extremely hard. Under the guidance of Bynander and Nohrstedt, crisis experts pursue the Holy Grail of crisis collaboration in an exciting set of case studies. Extremely relevant for both academics and practitioners. A welcome addition to the crisis literature!" -Arjen Boin, Leiden University "Collaborative Crisis Management addresses collective action dilemma in response to major crises and disasters such as terrorism, wildfires, and earthquakes in different geographies, cultures, and political and administrative settings. This timely volume provides conceptually and analytically valuable perspectives from experts in the field in applying network governance in dealing with crises and disasters. The volume is an essential resource for both scholars and practitioners." -Naim Kapucu, Ph.D., Pegasus Professor & Director of the School of Public Administration, University of Central Florida "Emergency management is, above all, a social process. This authoritative book provides a valuable structure for analyzing the participation of people and organizations in crisis response. Its coverage of hazards and geographical areas is broad and eclectic. In responding to disasters and major incidents, collaboration is becoming more and more necessary. Many different agencies are likely to be involved, and hence the interorganizational perspective brought by the authors of this book is particularly welcome." -David Alexander, Professor of Risk and Disaster Reduction, University College London
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Fredrik Bynander is Director of the Center for Societal Security and Chairman of the Board of the Center of Natural Hazards and Disaster Science (CNDS). Prior to this appointment, Fredrik was head of strategic planning at the Prime Minister's Office Secretariat for Crisis Coordination. His current research interests include crisis management studies, leadership succession, and foreign policy analysis. Frederik is a member of the Royal Academy of War Sciences and the Swedish Society for International Affairs. Daniel Nohrstedt is Associate Professor of Political Science at Uppsala University, Sweden. He studies processes of inter-organizational collaboration, learning, change, and performance in the context of crisis management and natural hazards planning. His other research interests include policy process theory (particularly the Advocacy Coalition Framework), governance, policy network theory, and collaborative public management.
Acknowledgments List of Figures Appendices List of Tables List of Contributors 1. Collaborative Crisis Management: Inter-Organizational Approaches to Extreme Events Fredrik Bynander and Daniel Nohrstedt 2. Upscaling Collaborative Crisis Management: A Comparison of Wildfire Responder Networks in Canada and Sweden Daniel Nohrstedt, Julia Baird, OErjan Bodin, Ryan Plummer and Robert Summers 3. Secure Summits: Collaborative Crisis Management Before and During Global Government Conventions Sanneke Kuipers and Marij Swinkels 4. Managing Extraordinary Influx of Migrants: The 2015 Migration Crisis in Sweden Edward Deverell and Dan Hansen 5. Overcoming Collective-Action Problems in Collaborative Crisis Management: Meta-Governance and Security Communications Systems Oscar L. Larsson 6. Vertical Collaboration During the 2014 Swedish Wildfire Fredrik Bynander 7. Collaborative Crisis Management in Turkey: Perceptions and Outcomes of Collaboration During Two Earthquakes Helena Hermansson 8. Transregional Crisis Management in Africa Simon Hollis and Eva-Karin Olsson 9. Addressing the Challenges of Transboundary Crises: The Dutch Local Response to the Global Surge in ISIS Supporters Scott Douglas, Aline Bos and Mirko Noordegraaf 10. Avoiding the Failures of Collaborative Crisis Management: Lessons from Research and Practice Charles F. Parker and Bengt Sundelius 11. Under What Conditions Does an Extreme Event Deploy its Focal Power?: Toward Collaborative Governance in Swiss Flood Risk Management Karin Ingold and Alexandra Gavilano 12. Lessons and Avenues for Future Research in Collaborative Crisis Management Daniel Nohrstedt And Fredrik Bynander Index