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ISSN 1999-5431
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Noppawan Pheungpha1, Bambang Supriyono2, Andy Wijaya3, Sujarwoto Sujarwoto4
  • 1 PhD (Candidate), Researcher at Burapha University Thailand and Student at the Department of Public Administration, University of Brawijaya, Jl. MT Haryono 163, Malang, Indonesia
  • 2 Professor, Dean of the Department of Administrative Science, University of Brawijaya, Jl. MT Haryono 163, Malang, Indonesia
  • 3 PhD, Director of the Public Administrative Program, University of Brawijaya, Jl. MT Haryono 163, Malang, Indonesia.
  • 4 PhD, Policy Coordinator PB Centre, University of Brawijaya, Jl. Veteran, Malang, Indonesia.

Modes of Network Governance in Disaster Reliefs: Case of Bangkok Flood Relief 2011

2019. No. 6. P. 77–93 [issue contents]
Purpose. The purpose of this paper is to map and explore network governance in a disaster relief situation. The case of the Bangkok Thailand flood relief of 2011 was used to examine network governance in four relief activities: food activities, relief items activities, medical service activities, and rescue activities.
Design/methodology/approach. We used multimethod research combining Social Network Analyses (SNAs) and in-depth interviews with 16 organizations and 29 key informants representing state organizations, the private sector, Local Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) and the social sector involved in the relief activities of the Bangkok fl ood relief in 2011.
Finding. We found contrasting modes of network governance in the four Bangkok flood relief activities. The networks within food and relief items activities were more connected, with the local NGOs, university, military and voluntary sectors being the key stakeholders, while the networks within medical services and rescue activities were segregated representing specialization roles within state organizations, the private sector, local NGOs and social sectors in the medical and rescue activities.
Practical implications. The findings highlight the importance of identifying patterns of network governance during disaster reliefs at it can help policy makers in formulating an effective disaster reliefs management.
Originality/value. This paper for the first time presents the pattern of network governance in the context of disaster relief activities using Bangkok flood relief 2011as a case study.

Citation: Pheungpha, N., Supriyono, B., Wijaya, A. F. & Sujarwoto, S. (2019). Modes of Network Governance in Disaster Reliefs: Case of Bangkok Flood Relief 2011. Public Administration Issue, no 6, (Special Issue II, electronic edition), pp. 77–93 (in English).
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