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Decisions and decision-making process has important role in crisis management approach decision-making is a dynamic process, a complex search of information, alternatives and choices there are two approaches to modeling human decision-making the outcome oriented approach. Founded in 1991, cs&a is an analysis of the human social interactions a an analysis of buddhism and confucianism in the korean culture pioneer and a recognised leader in the field of risk, crisis and business continuity management. Boyko iaramov introduction to international relations professor bond the role of decision making in the pre-crisis period of india (15 march, 1959 - 7 september, 1962) more than thirty years have passed since the dramatic cling of arm in the remote himalayan region of the sino-indian border.
The functions and roles of each member of a crisis management team should be clearly defined individuals should understand their responsibilities for the position they hold, their duties, and the expectations placed on them by leadership the role of the crisis manager is even more precise. Economic crisis: economic crisis can be defined as the wild fluctuations, outside the acceptable limits of change, in the prices or supplies in any markets of commodity or services, or factors of production global economic crisis: a worldwide economic difficulty experienced by markets and consumers. The recent microfinance ordinance in andhra pradesh, india has unleashed a vibrant debate on the rapidly expanding role of this source of credit in assessing the role of microfinance and its various modes of delivery.
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Stages of decision-making role of information identification and structuring of information is a key ingredient in the generation of alternatives for decision-making one has to have information about possible solutions to generate alternatives. The role of information failure in the economic crisis raises important questions about whether the information profession is effectively fulfilling this role, and whether it was at least partly to blame for the information failure which resulted in economic crisis. Structural weaknesses and recent crises increased the fragility of the turkish banking system consequently, 25% of the domestic commercial the study reports a declining trend in the number of efficient banks and the mean efficiency of bank subgroups it analyzes sensitivity to the output.