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Public and private partnership in disaster risk management

Marino L. Eyerkaufer, Fabiana S. Lima, Mirian B. Gonçalves
Jàmbá: Journal of Disaster Risk Studies | Vol 8, No 1 | a277 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.4102/jamba.v8i1.277 | © 2016 Marino L. Eyerkaufer, Fabiana S. Lima, Mirian B. Gonçalves | This work is licensed under CC Attribution 4.0
Submitted: 18 November 2015 | Published: 21 September 2016

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Marino L. Eyerkaufer, Department of Accounting Sciences, State University of Santa Catarina, Brazil
Fabiana S. Lima, Department of Production and Systems Engineering, Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil
Mirian B. Gonçalves, Department of Production and Systems Engineering, Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil


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Abstract

Private and public partnerships are defended by both guidelines for action and legal frameworks for disaster risk management. The objective of this study is to identify a framework for action that allows joint collaborative partnership between these sectors. The theoretical discussion brings concepts that raise questions that permeate the possibility of partnership based on the new Sendai framework, as well as corporate social responsibility in the value, balance and accountability (VBA) integrative model. The presented framework is compared to the experience of the tornado which occurred in Brazil in the city of Xanxerê (Santa Catarina) in 2015. We came to the conclusion that partnership advance results from paradigm shifts in both sectors, on the one hand, with the development of management mechanisms that clearly define roles and responsibilities of those involved, and, on the other hand, motivation for responsible business conduct.


Keywords

public and private partnership; management of risks and disasters; corporate social responsibility

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