Critical Infrastructure Failure and Mass Population Response: what is the nature of collaboration in this field? Sandcastle report

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Preston, J. 2014. Critical Infrastructure Failure and Mass Population Response: what is the nature of collaboration in this field? Sandcastle report. University of East London.
AuthorsPreston, J.
TypeProject report
Abstract

A one day Sandcastle event was held on the 7th of February 2014. The aim of this Sandcastle event was to bring together academics, practitioners and policy makers working in the broad field of ‘Critical Infrastructure Failure and Mass Population Response’, to debate the nature of working in this field. This report is a summary of the day's discussions.

Year2014
PublisherUniversity of East London
Page range227
Web address (URL)http://masspopulationresponse.weebly.com/reports.html
FunderEconomic and Social Research Council
Publication dates
Print07 Feb 2014
Publication process dates
Deposited10 Apr 2014
Book titlePerspectives on Evil and Human Wickedness
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