Crisis Management - A Case Study on Mumbai Terrorist Attack

Shekhar, Manisha
February 2009
European Journal of Scientific Research;Feb2009, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p358
Academic Journal
Case Study
This paper examined the Indian government intervention in crisis management during 2008, terrorist attack on MUMBAI. Empirical findings show that the intervention of increasing external pressure and internal self awareness forced INDIAN Government to change its crisis management strategy. Different administrative level (local, regional, national and international) were co operatively involved in taking action and controlling crisis. A strange pattern has been observed and study has been done to find out the next probability of occurrence of crisis. Also a detailed analysis of crisis management program has been done utilizing the information of various crisis case studies that had occurred in the past.


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