Learning from Disaster: Resilience and Crisis Management in Japan (1923—2016)
How has the repeated experience of disasters in Japan influenced the capacity of its crisis management stakeholders to cope with such events? Through a series of qualitative case studies of disasters between 1923 and 2016, this thesis considers how the learning approach in Japan has changed over the past century and why. The focus of this study is Japan’s three tiers of government, as well as stakeholders including not-for-profit organisations, the Council for...[Show more]
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