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The Centre for Risk Studies' proposed research projects explore the issues of understanding and modelling catastrophes, within its mission for promoting societal and economic resilience. The Centre’s initial research topics explore systemic risks around markets, energy investments, and human dimension and perceptions.

The research programme is structured with a number of key industry and research council sponsors and includes concept exploration, proof of concept and detailed methodological development.

Research overview

Drawing together disparate research programmes from across the University of Cambridge, serving as a platform or conduit for dialogue and development with external organisations and policy-makers.

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Cambridge-Singapore research

Exploring the issues of understanding and modelling risks, within its mission for promoting societal and economic resilience, through partnership with ICRM at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.

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News and events

The Centre's research themes cover broad topics related to risk, including risk strategy, culture, and governance.

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The Risk Prize

An annual award for the best submission on risk management by a current Masters or PhD student at one of the following University of Cambridge departments.

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