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A risk conundrum can be viewed as a risk that poses major issues in assessment, and whose management is not easily engaged. Such perplexing problems can either paralyze or badly delay risk analysis and directions for progression. Rather than simply focusing on the progress in risk analysis that has already...
An essential introduction to all aspects of decision theory, with new and updated discussions, examples, and exercises. Philosophy students and others will benefit from accessible chapters covering utility theory, risk, Bayesianism, game theory and more. The book is clearly written in non-technical language and includes a glossary of key terms.
By Paul Weirich
Classical decision theory evaluates entire worlds, specified so as to include everything a decision-maker cares about. Paul Weirich argues that we need only compare small parts of the options we face in order to make a rational decision, and explains how we can simplify and streamline our choices.
Conduct Risk Management: Using a Behavioural Approach to Protect Your Board and Financial Services Business
By Roger Miles
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Assess the effectiveness of your organization's risk management protocols by creating and using a tailored risk maturity model brought by a chief risk officer.
As a medical student, Samer Nashef was unofficially blacklisted when he started asking questions about the death rates of more senior surgeons. Since then, he has made his name challenging colleagues to be more open and accurate about the success of the procedures they perform. In The Naked Surgeon, Nashef...
Probability theory is a key tool of the physical, mathematical, and social sciences, and is playing an increasingly important role in many areas of philosophy. This Handbook furthers the influence of philosophy on probability, and of probability on philosophy. Nearly forty articles present new insights into the intersection of these...
Richard Pettigrew offers an extended investigation into a particular way of justifying the rational principles that govern our credences or degrees of belief. He draws on decision theory in order to justify the central tenets of Bayesian epistemology, and sets out a veritistic account of epistemic utility.