• Abstract

    The article presents a comprehensive analysis of crisis management strategies in emergencies, focusing on the government's role, the significance of international cooperation, and the strategies' impact on the economy and society. Effective crisis management is a crucial challenge for states in the age of globalization and the increasing interdependence of global economies. They must be able to respond quickly to crises, minimize their negative consequences, and ensure sustainable recovery. The research is relevant because comprehensive approaches to crisis management that consider the specifics of modern global challenges are needed. The research aims to identify effective crisis management strategies that enable optimal use of state, private sector, and international community resources to overcome emergencies. The scientific value of the work lies in a comprehensive analysis of crisis management, including the role of government institutions, the private sector, and international cooperation. The research novelty stems from applying an integrated approach to crisis management, enabling the evaluation of the effectiveness of different strategies in the context of contemporary challenges. The research methods comprise literature analysis, comparative analysis of crisis management models, and case studies from various countries' practices. The research findings suggest that a balance between solid government intervention and involving resources from the private sector and civil society is necessary for effective crisis management. The conclusions highlight the importance of developing flexible crisis management strategies that adapt to rapidly changing conditions and ensure effective recovery after crises. Further study is recommended to explore mechanisms for cooperation between the state, private sector, and international organizations. It will help to ensure the global economy's resilience to future challenges.

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Leonov, Y., Dangadze, S., Chorna, O., Smentyna, N., & Fialkovska, A. (2024). Examination of strategies and tactics for crisis response in emergency situations. Multidisciplinary Reviews, 7, 2024spe018. https://doi.org/10.31893/multirev.2024spe018
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