Accountability After a Disaster

The importance of accountability after deadly disasterAn excerpt:

After the failure of complex systems that result in deadly disasters, we struggle to hold people to account.

Organizational anthropologists refer to four types of accountability: Market, bureaucratic, community and randomness. Each type characterizes accountability differently; all have strengths and important limitations.

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