|Summary|| Crisis analysis is the analysis of a crisis or a disaster after it has occurred. It is the investigation of ‘what-generally-goes-on’ as opposed to ‘what-should-have-been-done’ during the crisis. This helps in better understanding the crisis and might help in better understanding how to minimize causalities during crisis.
Examples: Many Papers try to analyze and measure the effectiveness of dealing and managing the crises. One of the papers that does this type of analysis is The Impact of Web 2.0 Tools on the Humanitarian Aid Industry: A Case Study of the Response to the 2010 Haiti Earthquake. This study assesses the ways in which Web 2.0 tools impacted the humanitarian aid efforts and it shows how Web 2.0 Tools increasingly offers tools especially applicable to the management of complexity and the humanitarian challenges that can be faced.
In addition, the paper Evaluating IT enabled Crisis Management Systems - The Case of Haiti Earthquake Relief Response presents an analysis of how information technology is used in the emergency-relief process.
|Guidelines||This keyword can be used for the publication that focuses on Post-emergency examination of a disaster/crisis.|