Time and Crisis. Fleischer, J. Public Management Review, 15(3):313--329, March, 2013.
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This article presents a theoretical argument that the study of time provides crucial explanatory perspectives to the analysis of governmental crisis responses. The article claims that time is an external condition and an internalized feature of organizational behaviour. It follows that time influences governmental crisis responses but can also be exploited by actors during such critical episodes. The article discusses the properties of time and its consequences during crises along these two notions, reviewing existing scholarly work on time and crises. It concludes with a plea for a more explicit and systematic time-centred study of governmental crisis responses.
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	title = {Time and {Crisis}},
	volume = {15},
	issn = {1471-9037},
	url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14719037.2013.769852},
	doi = {10.1080/14719037.2013.769852},
	abstract = {This article presents a theoretical argument that the study of time provides crucial explanatory perspectives to the analysis of governmental crisis responses. The article claims that time is an external condition and an internalized feature of organizational behaviour. It follows that time influences governmental crisis responses but can also be exploited by actors during such critical episodes. The article discusses the properties of time and its consequences during crises along these two notions, reviewing existing scholarly work on time and crises. It concludes with a plea for a more explicit and systematic time-centred study of governmental crisis responses.},
	number = {3},
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	journal = {Public Management Review},
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