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Crises, emerging risks and resilience. Challenges for risk management in a changing world

Crisis, riesgos emergentes y resiliencia. Desafíos para la gestión de riesgos en un mundo cambiante

Crises, riscos emergentes e resiliência. Desafios da gestão de riscos num mundo em mudança

Crises, risques émergents et résilience. Enjeux pour la gestion des risques dans un monde en évolution

Revue « Laboreal »

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Published on Thursday, March 21, 2024

Abstract

A global scenario marked by multifaceted crises - environmental, health, geopolitical and social - is challenging our ability to rethink real work, reduce risks and support productive activity. In both the public and private sectors, facing an increasingly uncertain environment makes it necessary to develop capacities to anticipate threats and manage critical risks in order to avoid crises and recover when this has not been achieved. Laboreal invites researchers involved in these topics to submit their work and contribute to the publication of this issue. Papers detailing field experiences, which provide access to real work, will be given priority. The articles will be published in one of the journal's two languages (Spanish or Portuguese).

Announcement

Call for papers for the December 2024 edition

Argument

A global scenario marked by multifaceted crises - environmental, health, geopolitical and social - is challenging our ability to rethink real work, reduce risks and support productive activity. In both the public and private sectors, facing an increasingly uncertain environment makes it necessary to develop capacities to anticipate threats and manage critical risks in order to avoid crises and recover when this has not been achieved. Resilience in the face of a crisis depends on the event's severity, the affected individuals' vulnerability, and the fragility of the groups, organizations, and/or institutions to which they belong.

This scenario raises several questions from different perspectives that we wish to address in this issue: how do these tensions and changes concretely affect the activity of the workers involved, what are the consequences of their regulatory efforts from a performance, health and safety perspective, how do the people working in these systems describe their contribution to organizational performance and how do they identify and address the resilience of the systems, is the development of a permanent regulatory capacity understood to be sustainable in the long term, under what circumstances might adaptation be more harmful than inaction, and under what circumstances might adaptation be more harmful than inaction? Finally, how do workers manage the dilemmas of adapting when this could compromise the quality of work or increase risks?                                                

Laboreal invites researchers involved in these topics to submit their work and contribute to the publication of this issue. Papers detailing field experiences, which provide access to real work, will be given priority. The articles will be published in one of the journal's two languages (Spanish or Portuguese). However, proposals, as well as texts submitted for evaluation, may be written in French or English. Authors will be responsible for translating their work into Spanish or Portuguese, taking into account the results of the evaluations.

Issue Editors

Nicolás Canales Bravo and Adrián Darmohraj

Schedule

  • April 1, 2024: Deadline for submitting proposals,

including the article title; an abstract of 500 words outlining the authors' intentions for the article; and 5 references, including references to the authors' publications. Proposals should be sent to the journal's secretariat at the following email address: laboreal@fpce.up.pt.

  • April 30, 2024: Deadline for notifying authors of the proposal evaluation results.
  • June 15, 2024: Deadline for receiving full articles.
  • August 1, 2024: Deadline for notifying authors of the article evaluation results.
  • October 1, 2024: Deadline for receiving the revised versions of the articles.
  • November 1, 2024: Deadline for receiving the final version of the work, in Spanish or Portuguese.

Subjects


Date(s)

  • Monday, April 01, 2024

Keywords

  • crise, risque émergent, résilience

Contact(s)

  • Nicolás Canales Bravo
    courriel : nicolas [dot] canalesbravo [at] irsn [dot] fr
  • Adrián Darmohraj
    courriel : adarmo [at] udesa [dot] edu [dot] ar

Reference Urls

Information source

  • Marianne Lacomblez
    courriel : lacomb [at] fpce [dot] up [dot] pt

License

CC0-1.0 This announcement is licensed under the terms of Creative Commons CC0 1.0 Universal.

To cite this announcement

« Crises, emerging risks and resilience. Challenges for risk management in a changing world », Call for papers, Calenda, Published on Thursday, March 21, 2024, https://doi.org/10.58079/w21j

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