Societal Security and Crisis Management
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This book studies governance capacity and governance legitimacy for societal security and crisis management. It highlights the importance of building organizational capacity by focusing on the coordination of public resources and underscores the relevance of legitimacy by emphasizing the importance of public perceptions, attitudes, and trust vis-à-vis government arrangements for crisis management. The authors explore several cases and identify relevant dimensions concerning performance, capacity and legitimacy across different countries. It is an ideal volume for audiences interested in public…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This book studies governance capacity and governance legitimacy for societal security and crisis management. It highlights the importance of building organizational capacity by focusing on the coordination of public resources and underscores the relevance of legitimacy by emphasizing the importance of public perceptions, attitudes, and trust vis-à-vis government arrangements for crisis management. The authors explore several cases and identify relevant dimensions concerning performance, capacity and legitimacy across different countries. It is an ideal volume for audiences interested in public administration, public policy, crisis management and security studies.

Autorenporträt
Per Lægreid is Professor at the Department for Administration and Organization Theory, University of Bergen, Norway.

Lise H. Rykkja is Associate Professor at the Department for Administration and Organization Theory, University of Bergen, Norway, and Research Professor at Uni Research Rokkan Centre, Norway.
Inhaltsangabe
1. Organizing for Societal Security and Crisis Management: Combining Governance Capacity and Legitimacy Tom Christensen, Per Lægreid and Lise H. Rykkja
Part I - GOVERNANCE CAPACITY: MAPPING THE ADMINSITRATIVE ARRANGEMENTS
2. Organizing for Societal Security and Crisis Management in Germany, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden and United Kingdom Johannes S. Førde, Per Lægreid, Kristin Rubecksen and Lise H. Rykkja
3. Beyond Loose Couplings in Crisis Preparedness: The Role of Coordination Agencies in Sweden and Norway Ole Andreas Danielsen and Johannes S. Førde
Part II - CRISIS MANAGEMENT AND GOVERNANCE CAPACITY: CASE STUDIES
4. The Flood Crisis in Germany 2013 Werner Jann, Bastian Jantz, Alexander Kühne and Lena Sculze- Gabrechten
5. Flood Crisis Management in England Martin Lodge
6. Only Trees Burning? The Mid- Sweden Forest Fire of 2014 Fredrik Bynander
7. A Toxic Cloud of Smoke: Communication and Coordination in Transboundary Crisis Arjen Boin, Sanneke Kuipers and Timde Jongh
8. The 2015 Refugee Crisis in Sweden: A Coordination Challenge Gunnar Myrberg
9. Suburban Eruption - The Management of Social Unrest in the Suburbs of Stockholm in 2011 Fredrik Bynander and Mats Koraeus
10. The 2011 London Riots: Civil Disorder and Government Non-Reponses Martin Lodge
11. Changes in the Norwegian Central Crisis Management After the Terrorist Attacks in 2011 Susan B. Jensen, Per Lægreid and Lise H. Rykkja
12. Crisis Management Capacity in Central Government: The Perceptions of Civil Servants in Norway Tom Christensen and Per Lægreid
PART III: CRISIS MANAGEMENT AND GOVERNANCE LEGITIMACY
13. A Political Assassination and a Crisis of Legitimacy: The Murder of Pim Fortuyn Arjen Boin, Sanneke Kuipers and Tim de Jongh
14. The Refugee Crisis in Germany- New Coordination Structures to Repair Organisational Legitimacy Ina Radtke and Julia Fleischer
15. Countering Fear: Democratic States` Ability to Ease Citizens`s Fear of Terrorism Dag Arne Christensen and Jacob Aars
16. Counterterrorist Legislation and Beliefs in Democracy: A Longitudinal Study Dag Arne Christensen, Jacob Aars and Lise H. Rykkja
17. The July 22 Terrorist Attacks in Norway and Citizens` Attitudes Towards Counterterrorist Authorities Dag Arne Christensen and Jacob Aars
18. Governance Capacity and Legitimacy Revisited Per Lægreid and Lise H. Rykkja