By Raphael Bossong, Hendrik Hegemann
Eu states and overseas enterprises have proven a number of guidelines and mechanisms to accommodate quite a few dangers, crises and failures. This edited quantity examines the rising multi-level coverage house of ecu civil safeguard governance, opting for styles and reviewing the possibilities and hindrances for cooperation.
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At the same time, civil security governance systems in Central/Northern countries on average tend to be more decentralized than those in Eastern/Southeastern countries. In 16 of the 22 countries that were investigated, the levels used for crisis management purposes are identical with general governmental levels and structures. 4 Moreover, in many countries, the speciﬁc patterns and structures can vary internally with regard to different functional areas. Following on from these internal multilevel structures, countries differ with regard to the rules and arrangements for up- and downscaling of crisis management responsibilities.
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