Emergency Management on a Grand Scale: A Bureaucrat's Analysis
Handbook of Crisis and Emergency Management
Including contributions from sixty international authors, this book examines emergency responses to environmental dangers such as chemical fires, hazardous material and oil spills, nuclear reactor accidents, and earthquakes, and crises in the environment, global public service, and politics. It covers a wide range of international issues and topics, using various analyses, including critical, descriptive, empirical, quantitative, and normative methods. The book discusses approaches to natural disasters, resolutions to cultural, religious, and political tensions, terrorism and the potential use of biological, chemical, and nuclear weapons, the role of crisis public relations, and more.
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Carroll, John J., "Emergency Management on a Grand Scale: A Bureaucrat's Analysis" (2001). HCBE Faculty Books and Book Chapters. 116.