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Crises in Russia

Contemporary Management Policy and Practice From A Historical Perspective

Boris Porfiriev Greg Simons

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Ashgate Publishing Limited
22 November 2012
This unique book explores the problems of the national crisis management system in Russia, a country undergoing political, social and economic transition and one which is also prone to natural and man-made disasters. In detailing policy, institutional and legal issues and illustrating a number of case studies, the authors offer new ways of resolving the effects of disasters as well as increasing resilience by improving our understanding of the risks and vulnerabilities. In the book six chapters offer case studies of various types of disaster written in a unique collaboration between Russian scientists, Russian policy makers and Swedish scholars. Other chapters relate the role of mass media in Russian society and policy development. Taken together the book details changes in a crisis management system, policy and approach in a country that has undergone rapid fundamental political economic and social change.
By:   Boris Porfiriev
Edited by:   Greg Simons
Imprint:   Ashgate Publishing Limited
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Edition:   New edition
Dimensions:   Height: 234mm,  Width: 156mm,  Spine: 19mm
Weight:   703g
ISBN:   9781409442271
ISBN 10:   1409442276
Pages:   310
Publication Date:   22 November 2012
Audience:   College/higher education ,  Primary
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Boris Porfiriev is Head of the Risk and Crisis Research Center and Head of the Laboratory for Analysis and Forecasting of Natural and Technological Risks for Economic Development at the Institute of Economic Forecasting, Russian Academy of Sciences, and Director of the Center for Environmental and Technological Research at the International Research Institute for Advanced Systems, Russia. Greg Simons, Crisis Management Europe Programme at Crismart (Centre for Crisis Management Research and Training) at the Swedish National Defence College, Sweden. Boris Porfiriev, Greg Simons, Dmitry Strovsky, Valery Akimov, Alla Mozgovaya, Elena Shlykova, Alla Yazkova, Alexander Libman.

Reviews for Crises in Russia: Contemporary Management Policy and Practice From A Historical Perspective

Offers a unique overview of this giant's weaknesses. The overlapping of responsibilities, and the tendency to mix institutions from different eras of development and institutional cultures, show how problematic incomplete reform is combined with the huge impact that civil emergencies and man-made crisis can have for an enormous centralized but anarchic bureaucracy.'Iulian Chifu, Conflict Prevention and Early Warning Center, Romania'In the increasingly interdependent world under circumstances of globalization, crises management in Russia is a significant issue, not only for countries like Latvia which are situated in the neighbourhood of this regional power, but for the whole of Europe. This study, involving both Russian and Western scholars, makes a great contribution to the field.'Ainars Dimants, Turiba University, Latvia


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