From the « neurotic » to the « rationalising » State: Risk and the limits of Governance
What does it take to recognise and prevent hazards with international causes and consequences? How can we handle the risks related to financial instability, terrorism, pandemics, air pollution, flooding and climate change? The book brings together scholars and senior practitioners from different areas to conceptualise and empirically study the interlinked problems of forecasting, warning and mobilising preventive action. Contributors comment on key problems such as uncertainty, silo-mentality, spotting weak-signals,
In: Forecasting, Warning and Responding to Transnational Risks, Chiara de Franco, Christoph O Meyer.