Table of contents for Governing after crisis : the politics of investigation, accountability and learning / edited by Arjen Boin, Allan McConnell, Paul 't Hart.
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1. Governing after crisis Arjen Boin, Allan McConnell and Paul 't Hart; Part I. Crisis-Induced Accountability: 2. Weathering the politics of responsibility and blame: the Bush administration and its response to hurricane Katrina Thomas Preston; 3. A reversal of fortune: blame games and framing contests after the 3/11 terrorist attacks in Madrid Jose; A. Olmeda; 4. Flood response and political survival: Gerhard Schröder and the 2002 Elbe flood in Germany Evelyn Bytzek; 5. The politics of tsunami responses: comparing patterns of blame management in Scandinavia Annika Bra;ndström, Sanneke Kuipers and Pa;r Dale;us; 6. Dutroux and dioxin: crisis investigations, elite accountability and institutional reform in Belgium Sofie Staelraeve and Paul 't Hart; Part II. Crisis-Induced Policy Change and Learning: 7. The 1975 Stockholm embassy seizure: crisis and the absence of reform Dan Hanse;n; 8. The Walkerton water tragedy and the Jerusalem banquet hall collapse: regulatory failure and policy change Robert Schwartz and Allan McConnell; 9. Learning from crisis: NASA and the Challenger disaster Arjen Boin; 10. September 11 and post-crisis investigation: exploring the role and impact of the 9/11 commission Charles F. Parker and Sander Dekker; 11. Conclusions: the politics of crisis exploitation Arjen Boin, Paul 't Hart and Allan McConnell.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Crisis management in government.