Risk analysis is broadly defined to include risk assessment, risk characterization, risk communication, risk management, and policy relating to risk. Our interests include risks to human health and the environment, both built and natural. We consider threats from physical, chemical, and biological agents and from a variety of human activities as well as natural events. We analyze risks of concern to individuals, to public- and private-sector organizations, and to society at various geographic scales. Our membership is multidisciplinary and international. Learn more.
This call for papers on the theme of “Global Systemic Risk and Resilience for the Wuhan Coronavirus” is intended to indicate insights and viewpoints from scholars regarding risk and resilience analytics for policy making and operations of large-scale systems on this epidemic.
A new virtual issue of RiskAnalysis compiles papers on previous coronavirus outbreaks, including SARS in 2003 and MERS in 2012.
Louis Anthony Cox Jr., Editor-in-Chief of SRA's journal Risk Analysis, has been elected an INFORMS Fellow "for significant research, practice, and service contributions to homeland security, health and environmental risk analysis, telecommunications, and the modeling of causality."
Abstracts are open for "Risk and Decision-Making Conference: How Different aspects of Risk Underpin Responsible and Culturally Appropriate Decision-Making", which is being held November 13-14 in Wellington, New Zealand.
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