RHCPP Risk, Hazards, & Crisis in Public Policy Volume 9 l Number 2 l June 2018 Editorial Introduction to the Special Issue: Humanitarian Organizations in Disaster Response Sandra L. Resodihardjo 104 Articles Risk-Aware or Risk-Averse? Challenges in Implementing Security Risk Management Within Humanitarian NGOs Andrea Schneiker 107 Agility in Disaster Relief: A Social Construction Approach Mary M. Nelan, Tricia Wachtendorf, and Samantha Penta 132 Humanitarian Logistics at a Crossroads: How Logisticians Reconcile Their Professional and Humanitarian Identities in Response to Tougher Host Government Regulations Nonhlanhla Dube and Manda Broekhuis 151 Establishing a National Police Emergency Response Center: How Urgency Led to Delay Christensen Tom, Per Lægreid, and Lise H. Rykkja 183 A Comparative Analysis of the Roles Governors Play in Disaster Recovery Gavin Smith, Lea Sabbag, and Ashton Rohmer 205 An International Journal of Public Policy Risks, Hazards, & Crisis in Public Policy Editor-in-Chief Sanneke Kuipers Leiden University Editorial Board Daniel Aldrich, Northeastern University Xiaoli Lu, Tsinghua University Christopher Ansell, University of California- Allan McConnell, University of Sydney Berkeley Daniel Nohrstedt, Uppsala University Erik Baekkeskov, University of Melbourne Robert O’Connor, National Science Thomas Birkland, North Carolina State Foundation University Iztok Prezelj, Ljubljana University Arjen Boin, Leiden University Barbara Quiram,
Risk, Hazards & Crisis in Public Policy – Wiley
Published: Jan 1, 2018
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