Twenty years ago in May, the American Academy of Political and Social Science published a special issue of its periodical The Annals that focused on the challenges in risk assessment and risk management, especially within government. The premise of that highly influential issue was that assessing risk needed a new perspective; one that went beyond the methodical quantification of risk prevalent at the time to one that encompassed “the complex psychological, social,
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