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Improving Risk Analysis (International Series in Operations Research & Management Science)

Louis Anthony Cox Jr. Improving Risk Analysis (International Series in Operations Research & Management Science) Authors:Louis Anthony Cox Jr.
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Book Summary:
Improving Risk Analysis shows how to better assess and manage uncertain risks when the consequences of alternative actions are in doubt.A The constructive methods of causal analysis and risk modeling presented in this monograph will enable to better understand uncertain risks and decide how to manage them. The book is divided into three parts. Parts 1 shows how high-quality risk analysis can improve the clarity and effectiveness of individual, community, and enterprise decisions when the consequences of different choices are uncertain. Part 2 discusses social decisions.A Part 3 illustrates these methods and models, showing how to apply them to health effects of particulate air pollution. "Tony Coxa??s new book addresses what risk analysts and policy makers most need to know:A How to find out what causes what, and how to quantify the practical differences that changes in risk management practices would make.A The constructive methods in Improving Risk Analysis will be invaluable in...

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