Olympic Risks (Executive Politics and Governance) (Hardcover)
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An exploration of how the Olympics are organised in response to risk. This book looks at the tension between the riskiness of mega-events, attributable to their scale and complexities, and the societal, political and organisational pressures that exist for safety, security and management of risk - leading to changes in how the Games are governed.
About the Author
WILL JENNINGS Senior Lecturer in Politics at Southampton University, UK, and Research Associate at the Centre for Analysis of Risk and Regulation at the London School of Economics and Political Science. He specializes in the analysis of government and public opinion, research methods and risk management in mega-projects and mega-events.