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Integrated Research in Risk Analysis and Decision Making in a Democratic Society

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Title: Integrated Research in Risk Analysis and Decision Making in a Democratic Society  
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Excerpt: Although the Directorate for Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences sponsored this workshop for experts from outside of the National Science Foundation (NSF), colleagues from across NSF helped through their participation as observers at the meeting and by providing valuable advice throughout the organizational and implementation process. We particularly want to thank Howard Kunreuther of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania for organizing the workshop. We also appreciate the willingness of Elizabeth Anderson, Geoffrey Heal, Howard Kunreuther, and Peter Orszag to attend a pre-meeting planning session and to prepare case study materials. Finally, we recognize that the workshop would not have happened at all without its participants. These busy leaders did not merely attend, but prepared pre-meeting papers and worked diligently at the workshop to coalesce their often-brilliant individual insights into a consensus document of conclusions and recommendations. Their accomplishments should have far-reaching consequences for risk analysis and decision making in a democratic society.

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Contents Acknowledgments 3 Part One: Background and Executive Summary I. Background 5 II. Executive Summary 7 Part Two: Purpose and Results I. Workshop Announcement and Agenda 9 II. Participant List 15 III. Conclusions and Recommendations 16 Appendix: Participant Papers John Aherne 22 David Asch 24 Vicki Bier 27 Robin Cantor 30 Carl Cranor 34 Susan Cutter 37 Baruch Fischhoff 40 Geoffrey Heal 42 Stephen Hilgartner 44 Hank Jenkins-Smith 45 Ralph Keeney 51 Paul Kleindorfer 54 Howard Kunreuther 58 Peter Orszag 61 Charles Plott 64 David Schkade 68 Paul Slovic 72 Cass Sunstein 75 Peter Szolovits 77 Kathleen Tierney 79 Richard Zeckhauser 83

 

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