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目次

  • Overview
  • The Catastrophe and a Comprehensively Linked Crisis / Yoichi Funabashi ; Heizo Takenaka
    • Introduction
    • 1.What Happened on March 11?
    • 2.The Risk of a Comprehensively Linked Crisis
    • 3.Contents of the Book and Introductions to the Individual Chapters
  • ONE Disaster Risk Reduction
  • Japan’s Preparedness and the Great Earthquake and Tsunami / Satoru Nishikawa
    • Introduction
    • 1.The Earthquake and Tsunami
    • 2.Outline of Damage
    • 3.Japan’s History of Confronting Disasters
    • 4.Japan’s Earthquake and Tsunami Preparedness
    • 5.The Effect of Pre‐disaster Efforts
    • 6.The Early Recovery of Transportation
    • Conclusion
  • TWO Reconstruction and Regeneration
  • A Community Wiped Off the Map and a Shattered Community / Takayuki Kubo ; Yasuyuki Miwa
    • Introduction
    • 1.The Impacts of the Earthquake,Tsunami,and Nuclear Power Plant Accident
    • 2.Rikuzentakata,Iwate−a Community Wiped Off the Map
    • 3.Minamisoma,Fukushima−a Shattered Community
    • 4.Issues Involved in the Reconstruction of the Devastated Region
    • Conclusion
  • THREE The Earthquake in Tokyo
  • Disaster Readiness Tested and Potential Impact on International Competitiveness / Hiroo Ichikawa
    • Introduction
    • 1.Urban Damage from the Earthquake
    • 2.The Extent of the Damage in Tokyo
    • 3.Human Behavior following the Earthquake
    • 4.Threats to the Urban Power of Post‐disaster Tokyo
    • 5.Disaster Countermeasures for Tokyo’s Future
    • Conclusion
  • FOUR Macroeconomy
  • The Great Disaster and the Japanese Economy / Heizo Takenaka
    • Introduction
    • 1.Trends in the Japanese Economy
    • 2.Three Risk Factors
    • 3.Economic Policies for Reconstruction
    • Conclusion:The Lessons of the Great Disaster for the Japanese Economy
  • FIVE Business Management
  • The Supply Chain and Business Continuity / Hiroaki Maruya
    • Introduction
    • 1.Recent Business Management and the Supply Chain
    • 2.Amount of Business Damage and Its Characteristics
    • 3.Measures for Disaster Reduction and Business Continuity Plans
    • 4.Encouraging the Spread and Improvement of Business Continuity Plans
  • SIX The Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant Accident
  • Why Couldn’t It Be Prevented? / Hitoshi Yoshioka
    • Introduction
    • 1.The Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant Accident and Its Escalation
    • 2.The Release of Radiation from the Fukushima Accident
    • 3.The Impact on Citizens’ Lives
    • 4.Comparison with the Chernobyl Accident
    • 5.Why Couldn’t the Combination of Disasters Be Prevented?
    • Conclusion
  • SEVEN Electric Power Supply
  • The Great Earthquake and Japan’s Power Supply System / Tatsuo Hatta
    • Introduction
    • 1.Damage to Electric Power System
    • 2.The Deregulation of Power and Real‐Time Balancing
    • 3.Bilateral and Spot Market Transactions
    • 4.The Effects of Electric Power Deregulation in Japan
    • 5.Moving toward a New Electric Power Structure
  • EIGHT The Political Function
  • Postmortem of a Crisis in Governance / Yoichi Funabashi
    • Introduction:A Crisis with Manifold Historical and Social Impacts
    • 1.A Dysfunctional Prime Minister’s Office
    • 2.The Structure of a Governance Crisis
    • 3.Mobilization of the Self‐Defense Forces and the US−Japan Alliance
    • 4.Human Security
  • NINE Consumer Behavior
  • From Restraint and Curtailment to New Normality / Yoshiyuki Sodekawa
    • Introduction
    • 1.Overview of Changes in Motivation to Consume
    • 2.Changes in Motivation to Consume amid Disaster
    • 3.Efforts to Restore a Semblance of Normality
    • 4.Changes in Consumer Mindset
    • 5.People Participating in Relief Efforts
    • 6.New Normality
    • 7.The Outlook for Consumption
  • TEN Information Technology
  • Managing the Information Technology Infrastructure during Disasters / Jun Murai
    • Introduction
    • 1.A Different Technological Environment from That of Previous Earthquakes
    • 2.Impact on the Information Technology Infrastructure
    • 3.The Successful Role Played by Portable Devices and the Internet
    • 4.Restoration from the Disaster
    • 5.Toward Recovery
    • 6.Planning for the Next Disaster