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Centre for Risk Studies (CRS)

Professor Frank Kelly, University of Cambridge: Raising the stakes

The human dimension of risk is an important and under-explored aspect of risk management issues. How we perceive risk, and understanding patterns of behaviour and seeing how these relate to the processes of decision-making and policy development needs greater exploration.…

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2011 podcast kelly raising the stakes

Dr Leslie Knapp, University of Cambridge: Primate coalition formation

The human dimension of risk is an important and under-explored aspect of risk management issues. How we perceive risk, and understanding patterns of behaviour and seeing how these relate to the processes of decision-making and policy development needs greater exploration.…

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2011 podcast knapp primate coalition formation

Professor Haresh Shah, Institute of Catastrophe Risk Management: Mitigating risk for those at the bottom of the pyramid

The human dimension of risk is an important and under-explored aspect of risk management issues. How we perceive risk, and understanding patterns of behaviour and seeing how these relate to the processes of decision-making and policy development needs greater exploration.…

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2011 podcast shah mitigating risk

Professor Ed Bullmore, University of Cambridge: The brain as a business model

The human dimension of risk is an important and under-explored aspect of risk management issues. How we perceive risk, and understanding patterns of behaviour and seeing how these relate to the processes of decision-making and policy development needs greater exploration.…

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2011 podcast bullmore brain as a business model

Andrew Freeman, Deloitte Centre for Financial Services: The economy of contingency planning

The human dimension of risk is an important and under-explored aspect of risk management issues. How we perceive risk, and understanding patterns of behaviour and seeing how these relate to the processes of decision-making and policy development needs greater exploration.…

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