Risk dilemmas: forced choices and survival

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Palgrave Macmillan, Dec 15, 2007 - Business & Economics - 137 pages
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This book identifies the pitfalls of applying precautionary strategies to high-stakes risks that have already become entrenched. Precaution must be applied on a precautionary basis, considering alternative paths to progress that maintain natural risk levels. This requires a radical rethinking of the way we define and achieve progress.

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Contents

Finding Alternatives to Risk
15
All or Nothing
36
Precaution in Context
56
Copyright

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MARK JABLONOWSKI is a professional risk manager, analyst and researcher with over thirty years of experience. During this time he has published over fifty papers in a variety of scholarly and professional publications, on the subjects of risk management and the economics of risk. He has also served as an adjunct faculty member at the University of Hartford (West Hartford, Connecticut, USA). Mr. Jablonowski is founder and principal of IntuitiveRisk, a center for the study of high-stakes risk.

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