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Risk Summits

The Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies' Risk Summits bring together leaders and decision makers from business, government, intergovernmental organisations, academia and NGOs to explore topics on risk. Plenary sessions provide opportunities for attendees to contribute to thought leadership in risk management. They include topics on the science of risk, real world case studies and facilitated sessions engaging workshop participants.

Speakers from various backgrounds are selected by the Cambridge Risk Centre's conference organising committee. The participants will have the opportunity to debate and generate concepts which will form the substance of the framework for the Centre's Research Programme. Contributed papers may also be presented.

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Year Summit Theme
2017 8th Risk Summit

Managing Risk in a Smarter World

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2016 7th Risk Summit

Risk Culture: Challenging Individual Agency

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2015 6th Risk Summit

Risk Testing: Stressing the Boundaries

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2014 5th Risk Summit

The Pulse of Risk: From Big Data to Business Value

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2013 4th Risk Summit

Risk & Strategy: Returns versus Resilience

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2012 3rd Risk Summit

Anticipating the Future: Risk Management for Long-term Planning

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2011 2nd Risk Summit

The Human Dimension of Risk: Perception, Behaviour & Decision Making in Risk Management

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2010 1st Risk Summit

Managing the Risk of Catastrophic Failure in Complex Systems

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