International Case Studies in the Management of Disasters: Natural - Manmade Calamities and Pandemics
International Case Studies in the Management of Disasters presents a diverse range of case studies on how disasters, both natural and manmade, are being managed globally. This illuminating study draws on theories, models, and frameworks in the field of disaster management to explore a wide range of complex issues in specific disaster contexts.
Showcasing internationally sourced case studies on disaster management, the collection comprehensively explores all aspects of the disaster management cycle. Authors are drawn from a diverse range of disciplinary and practical contexts, offering a wide variety of perspectives upon management of devastating events.
A diverse compendium of issues is explored through case studies examining the management of hurricanes, droughts, floods, wildfires, terrorist activity and pandemics. Also examined in depth are governmental and non-governmental disaster management organizations, the role of the private sector in disaster management, and how innovative new technologies are being used in disaster situations.
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A Case Study on Living with the Treacherous Waters
A Case Study of Floods in Pakistan
4 Microcase Studies on Managing Tourism Destinations in the Aftermath of Disasters
5 Comparing the Experiences of African States in Managing Ebola Outbreaks from 2014 into 2020
The Need for Global Surveillance of Zoonotic Diseases
7 Managing Visiting Scholars Program during the COVID19 Pandemic
The Case of COVID19 in Vietnam
A Case Study on COVID19 with Special Reference to Argentina
Case Study on the Management of Pandemics
12 The COVID19 Crisis Management in the Republic of Korea
The Case of the Gulf Cooperation Council
COVID19 and the Coming of Age of Telehealth
Lessons from GrubHub During COVID19
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