Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Public-sector Crisis Management

Alexander Rozanov

Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration


Alexander Barannikov

Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration

Olga Belyaeva

Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration

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Mikhail Smirnov

Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration


Crisis Management Public administration/policy Economic planning Public sector Regulation processes Economic/Social regulation Risk assessment/management Risk planning Crisis policy State/Social policy Crisis forecasting Social Welfare Legal regulation

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About the book

Crises are integral parts of all world systems, unfortunately. While they are a theoretically well-understood issue, in practice, crises are perceived as a very painful phenomenon. A crisis can be compared to riding a roller coaster. First, as we gain speed and climb up the tracks we are filled with a sense of joy and delight. These feelings are quickly replaced with anticipation, panic, and fear as the roller coaster plunges into the "abyss." Many well-known researchers have worked in the development of the theory of crises, from Bogdanov, Kondratiev, Schumpeter, and Varga to Keynes, and Mendelson. In their works, the main feature of the market economy was determined – its tendency to repeat economic phenomena, which could be described as a cyclical development of the economy. Concerns exist within the public sector about the ability of organizations to communicate issues of risk. These concerns include the nature and magnitude of risks; the vulnerability of those who may bear the consequences associated with an event; and the sense of helplessness felt by victim groups. Within this framework, effective communication of risk and uncertainty is an integral, but often neglected, part of public sector activities. This book intends to provide the reader with a comprehensive understanding of the roles of state regulation and risk-management within crisis conditions and destabilization.

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Date completed: September 10th 2019

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Deadline for full chapters: November 30th 2019

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Review results due: February 18th 2020

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Expected publication date: April 18th 2020

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About the editor

Alexander Rozanov

Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration

Dr. Alexander S. Rozanov is a specialist in Global Security, a graduate of Lomonosov Moscow State University (Russia). After graduating from the university Dr. Rozanov has been working in the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Russian Government. In 2014 he received his Ph.D. in Politics from Lomonosov Moscow State University. During the period of 2014-2017, Dr. Rozanov had been invited as a guest lecturer in several well-known universities – University of California, Santa Barbara (Santa-Barbara, USA), Paris-Sorbonne (France), Wroclaw University (Poland). Dr. Rozanov specializes in the analysis of global and regional conflicts, as well as the global dynamics of world development. He is a member of the European International Studies Association (Great Britain). Dr. Rozanov is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Regional Studies and International Cooperation at the Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.

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