Learning from each other
IMA Journal of Management Mathematics, 5, (1), . (doi:10.1093/imaman/5.1.185).
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This paper argues that a key to the development of risk analysis and assessment is to borrow concepts and ideas from other areas which may not seem related. It uses examples to illustrate the value of such borrowing. The diverse nature of the different approaches to risk analysis and assessment represented at the Conference made this a particularly pertinent issue at the Conference, but it has wider implications, and stimulating ongoing discussion is the aim of this paper.
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