Risk Analysis, Perception and Management

01 January 1992

A comprehensive coverage of risk assessment and perception from a variety of points of view which gives guidance on ways in which systems for risk identification and assessment and management can be improved in effectiveness and acceptability.

This is not a Royal Society report, but is produced by a study group led by Sir Fredrick Warner, with contributions from scientists, engineers and social scientists. The views expressed in the report are those of the authors alone, or of those quoted by them.

This book has become required reading for those studying this complex subject and is often prescribed as course material.