The Oxford Encyclopedia of Crisis Analysis

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Crisis Analysis

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Crisis Analysis will provide an authoritative overview of the central theoretical approaches, methodologies, and substantive topics of crisis-related research. All of the articles will appear online as part of the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics.

Editor in Chief

 Eric Stern, College of Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security and Cyber Security, University at Albany, State University of New York

Editorial Board

 Denis Fischbacher-Smith, University of Glasgow

 Sanneke Kuipers, Leiden University

 Allan McConnell, University of Sydney

 Daniel Nohrstedt, Uppsala University

 John Thomas Preston, Washington State University


Accountability and Blame Avoidance After Crises (Sanneke Kuipers, Annika Brändström)
Ambivalent Humanitarian Crises and Complex Emergencies (Dennis Dijkzeul, Diana Griesinger)
Antimicrobial Resistance as a Global Health Crisis (Erik Baekkeskov, Olivier Rubin, Louise Munkholm, Wesal Zaman)
Blame Avoidance and Crisis Inquiries (Raanan Sulitzeanu-Kenan)
Crisis Agenda-Setting and Aviation Security Policy after the September 11 Attacks (Zachary R. Lewis, Kathryn L. Schwaeble, Thomas A. Birkland)
Crisis Mapping and Crowdsourcing in Complex Emergencies (Jen Ziemke, Buddhika Jayamaha, Molly M. Jahn)
Disaster Risk Reduction (David Alexander)
Hurricane Katrina: Analyzing a Mega-Disaster (Arjen Boin, Christer Brown, James A. Richardson)
Hurricane Maria: Disaster Response in Puerto Rico (Havidán Rodriguez, Marie T. Mora)
International Crises Interrogated: Modeling the Escalation Process with Quantitative Methods (Evgeniia Iakhnis, Stefanie Neumeier, Anne Van Wijk, Patrick James)
The International Crisis Behavior Project (Kyle Beardsley, Patrick James, Jonathan Wilkenfeld, Michael Brecher)
Learning and Crisis (Edward Deverell)
Networks and Crisis Management (Ryan Scott, Branda Nowell)
Organizational and Institutional Crisis Management (Sanneke Kuipers, Jeroen Wolbers)
Public Opinion and Public Support in Crisis Management (Zoe Ang, Benjamin S. Noble, Andrew Reeves)
SARS: A Crisis Analysis Case Study (Lan Xue, Kaibin Zhong)
The Myth of Disaster Myths (Benigno E. Aguirre)
Threat Framing (Johan Eriksson)
Understanding Urban Riots (David Waddington, Matthew Moran)