Routledge Companions in Business, Management and Marketing: The Routledge Companion to Risk, Crisis and Emergency Management

Editors: Gephart, Jr., Robert P., Miller, C. Chet and Svedberg Helgesson, Karin
Publication Year: 2019
Publisher: Routledge

Single-User Purchase Price: $250.00
Unlimited-User Purchase Price: Not Available
ISBN: 978-1-13-820886-5
Category: Business, Finance & Economics - Business
Image Count: 20
Book Status: Available
Table of Contents

This volume provides a comprehensive, up-to-date overview of the latest management and organizational research related to risk, crisis, and emergency management.

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Table of Contents

  • List of Figures
  • List of Tables
  • Preface
  • Acknowledgments
  • Authors
  • Contributors
  • Part I: An Introduction to Risk, Crisis and Emergency Management
  • 1. Introduction to Risk, Crisis and Emergency Management in Enterprises and Organizations - Robert P. Gephart, Jr., Karin Svedberg Helgesson, and Max Ganzin
  • Part II: Foundational Processes
  • 2. Key Challenges in Crisis Management - Jeroen Wolbers and Kees Boersma
  • 3. Post-disaster Recovery: Pathways for Fostering Disaster Risk Reduction - Loïc Le Dé and Sushma Shrestha
  • 4. Crisis Communication: The Best Evidence from Research - W. Timothy Coombs
  • 5. Collective Fit for Emergency Response Teams - April D. Schantz and Juanita M. Woods
  • Part III: Theoretical Viewpoints and Methods
  • 6. Risk, Crisis and Organizational Failure: Toward a Post-rationalist View - Thomas D. Beamish
  • 7. Risk Sensemaking - Robert P. Gephart, Jr. and Max Ganzin
  • 8. Issues and Trends in Research Methods: How We Learn Affects What We Learn about Crises, Risks, and Emergency Responses - Rob Austin McKee, Connor Lubojacky, and C. Chet Miller
  • 9. Researching Risk, Emergency and Crisis: Taking Stock of Research Methods on Extreme Contexts and Moving Forward - Markus Hällgren and Linda Rouleau
  • 10. Local Translations of Operational Risk - Barbara Czarniawska
  • Part IV: Types of Crises
  • 11. The Co-evolution of Reputation Management, Governance Capacity, Legitimacy and Accountability in Crisis Management - Tom Christensen, Per Lægreid, and Lise H. Rykkja
  • 12. Relative Risk Construction through a Risk Boundary and Set of Risk Rituals: The Mining Context in the Soma Disaster - Cagri Topal, Cagatay Topal, and Fatma Umut Beşpınar
  • 13. Systemic Planetary Risks: Implications for Organization Studies - Gail Whiteman and Amanda Williams
  • 14. Event Risks and Crises: Barriers to Learning - Christian Huber and Tobias Scheytt
  • 15. Bernácer's Topical Theory of Crisis and Unemployment - Henri Savall and Véronique Zardet
  • 16. Risk and Human Resources - Mike Annett
  • Part V: International Case Studies
  • 17. Invasive Species, Risk Management, and the Compliance Industry: The Case of Daro Marine - Debbie Harrison, Claes-Fredrik Helgesson, and Karin Svedberg Helgesson
  • 18. Tension in the Air: Behind the Scenes of Aviation Risk Management - David Passenier
  • 19. The Risks of Financial Risk Management: The Case of Lehmann Brothers - Henrik Dosdall and Rolf Nichelmann
  • 20. Blame and Litigation as Corporate Strategies in the Context of Environmental Disasters: Shell in Brazil - Mário Aquino Alves, Maria Paola Ometto, and Paulo Cesar Vaz Guimarães
  • 21. Family Firms and Stakeholder Management: Crisis at Blue Bell Ice Cream - Cyrus B. Parks and Laura B. Cardinal
  • 22. Risky Double-Spiral Sensemaking of Academic Capitalism - David M. Boje
  • 23. Managing Risk in Healthcare Settings - Agnieszka Latuszynska, Trish Reay, and Eivor Oborn
  • 24. Buncefield Stories: Organizational Learning and Remembering for Crisis Prevention - Jan Hayes and Sarah Maslen
  • Part VI: Current Issues
  • 25. Spatial and Temporal Patterns in Global Enterprise Risk - Yossi Sheffi
  • 26. The Development of Actionable Knowledge in Crisis Management - Carole Lalonde
  • 27. The Socio-Economic Approach to Management: Preventing Economic Crises by Harnessing Hidden Costs and Creating Sustainable Productivity - Marc Bonnet, Amandine Savall, Henri Savall and Véronique Zardet
  • 28. Why Crisis Management Must Go Global, and How to Begin - Christine M. Pearson
  • Part VII: Dialogue and Commentary on the Future of Risk, Crisis and Emergency Management
  • 29. Making Markets for Uninsured Risk: Protection Gap Entities (PGEs) as Risk-Processing Organizations in Society - Paula Jarzabkowski and Konstantinos Chalkias
  • 30. Risks of Addressing vs. Ignoring Our Biggest Societal Problems: When and How Moon Shots Make Sense - Sim B. Sitkin, C. Chet Miller, and Kelly E. See
  • 31. Managing for the Future: A Commentary on Crisis Management Research - Kathleen M. Sutcliffe
  • 32. From Risk Management to (Corporate) Social Responsibility - Sytze F. Kingma
  • 33. Why We Need to Think More about National Political Philosophies of Risk Management - Henry Rothstein
  • 34. Supply Chain Risk: Transcending Research beyond Disruptions - George A. Zsidisin
  • 35. The Janus Faces of Risk - Cynthia Hardy and Steve Maguire
  • 36. Effectiveness of Regulatory Agencies - Charles Perrow