National Resilience during War

National Resilience during War : Refining the Decision-Making Model

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Political science perceives the results of wars as fatal to the fate of nations, but the exact measures of national resilience during war have remained somewhat blurred. National Resilience during War: Refining the Decision-Making Model, by Eyal Lewin, is a multi-disciplinary study which explores political psychology as well as historical analyses of geopolitical, economic, and technological determinants in refining a management model, and offers a comprehensive tool for future research in the field of national resilience and national more

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  • Hardback | 332 pages
  • 152.4 x 226.06 x 30.48mm | 657.71g
  • Lexington Books
  • Lanham, MD, United States
  • English
  • 1 Graphs; 15 Tables, unspecified
  • 0739174584
  • 9780739174586

About Eyal Lewin

Eyal Lewin is assistant professor of political science at the Ariel University more

Review quote

This book offers a fascinating glance into a new arena: national-social resilience from historical, psychological, economical, and business perspectives. Though war seems to be viewed as an event that belongs to the past, politicians and academics might find it more than useful to foster some of the practical ideas stemming from this multi-disciplinary study. -- Reuven Gal, Samuel Neaman Instituteshow more

Table of contents

Chapter 1. Introduction Chapter 2. National resilience in the framework of a PEST and SWOT model Chapter 3. The First Republic of Czechoslovakia and the Munich Crisis Chapter 4. The Fall of the Second Polish Republic Chapter 5. The Fall of the Kingdom of Norway Chapter 6. The Fall of the Kingdom of Belgium Chapter 7. The Fall of the French Third Republic Chapter 8. The Republic of Finland and the First Winter War Chapter 9. The Fall of the Third Reich Chapter 10. The United Kingdom and the Battle of Britain Chapter 11. The Soviet Union and the Battle of Moscow Chapter 12. A Qualitative Comparative Analysis Chapter 13. Conclusionshow more