Future-Proofing the StateManaging Risks, Responding to Crises and Building Resilience
- Title page
- Imprint and copyright information
- Part 1: Governing for the Future
- 1. Governing for the Future while Meeting the Challenges of Today
- 2. The Role of Government in Future-Proofing Society
- 3. Foreseeable Shocks and the Critical Challenges Facing Humanity in the Twenty-First Century
- 4. Governments Fit for the Future: Lessons in building resilience
- 5. Governing for the Future: What governments can do
- 6. Do Governments Suffer from Political Myopia: What is the problem and what can be done about it?
- 7. Policy Disasters Waiting to Happen: When predictable disasters flow from government decisions
- 8. Building and Maintaining Trust in Public Institutions: Is this possible?
- Part 2: Managing Risks and Building Resilence
- 9. Lessons for Government in Minimising Risk: What can the public service learn from the private sector?
- 10. Risk Responses, Emergency Management and Community Resilience in the Aftermath of the Recent Victorian Natural Disasters
- 11. Understanding Resilience and Reducing Future Vulnerabilities in Social-Ecological Systems
- 12. Improving Resilience through Environmental Scanning in Western Australia
- 13. Environmental Scanning Processes in Queensland’s Department of Transport and Main Roads
- 14. Resilience in its Historical and Contemporary Contexts
- Part 3: Managing Crises
- 15. Managing Crises Long Term: The challenges of preparedness and response
- 16. The Public Service in the Aftermath of the Global Financial Crisis: Future-proof or future shock?
- Part 4: Disaster Recovery
- 17. Disaster Recovery: The particular governance challenges generated by large-scale natural disasters
- 18. Missing the Opportunity to Promote Community Resilience? The Queensland Floods Commission of Inquiry
- 19. The Role of Post-Disaster Institutions in Recovery and Resilience: A comparative study of three recent disasters
- 20. Governing the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery, 2010–2011: The debate over institutional design
- 21. Seismic Shifts: The Canterbury earthquakes and public sector innovation
- 22. Examining the Public Sector’s Responses to the Canterbury Earthquakes
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