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Boin, A. and McConnell, Allan and Hart, P.; Couto, R.A., ed. (2010) Coping with unscheduled events: the challenges of crisis leadership. In: Political and Civic Leadership: a reference handbook. SAGE Reference Series on Leadership . Sage. ISBN 9781412962636

Boin, A. and McConnell, Allan and Hart, P. and Preston, T. (2009) Leadership style, crisis response and blame managment: the case of hurrican katrina. Public Administration. ISSN 0033-3298

Boin, A. and Hart, P. and McConnell, Allan (2009) Crisis exploitation: political and policy impacts of framing contests. Journal of European Public Policy, 16 (1). pp. 81-106. ISSN 1350-1763

Boin, A. and McConnell, Allan and Hart, P. (2008) Governing after crisis : the politics of investigation, accountability and learning. CUP, Cambridge. ISBN 9780521712446

Boin, A. and McConnell, Allan and Hart, P.; Boin, A. and McConnell, Allan and Hart, P., eds. (2008) Conclusions: The Politics of Crisis Exploitation. In: Governing after crisis : the politics of investigation, accountability and learning. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 285-316. ISBN 9780521712446

Boin, A. and McConnell, Allan and Hart, P.; Boin, A. and McConnell, Allan and Hart, P, eds. (2008) Governing after Crisis. In: Governing after crisis : the politics of investigation, accountability and learning. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 3-30. ISBN 9780521712446

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