Current Index to Statistics
. Issue 1.
16 references. 2015-2015. (
The Aggregation of Expert Judgment: Do Good Things Come to Those Who Weight?
Equal Versus Differential Weighting in Combining Forecasts
Winkler*, Robert L.
Our Knowledge of the World is Often Not Simple: Policymakers Should Not Duck that Fact, But Should Deal with It
Morgan, M. Granger
There is Data, and then there is Data: Only Experimental Evidence will Determine the Utility of Differential Weighting of Expert Judgment
Peer Effects in Risk Aversion
Balsa, Ana I.
False Alarms and Missed Events: The Impact and Origins of Perceived Inaccuracy in Tornado Warning Systems
Herron, Kerry G.
Carlson, Deven E.
Jenkins-Smith, Hank C.
Silva, Carol L.
Ripberger, Joseph T.
Examining Public Trust in Risk-Managing Organizations After a Major Disaster
Simultaneous Inference for Model Averaging of Derived Parameters
Jensen, Signe M.
Risk Assessment of Escherichia coli O157 Illness from Consumption of Hamburgers in the United States Made from Australian Manufacturing Beef
Listeria monocytogenes Dose Response Revisited—Incorporating Adjustments for Variability in Strain Virulence and Host Susceptibility
Dennis, Sherri B.
Quantitative Risk Assessment of Haemolytic and Uremic Syndrome Linked to O157:H7 and Non-O157:H7 Shiga-Toxin Producing Escherichia coli Strains in Raw Milk Soft Cheeses
Rethinking Vulnerability Analysis and Governance with Emphasis on a Participatory Approach
A Computational Framework for Prime Implicants Identification in Noncoherent Dynamic Systems
Maio, Francesco Di
The Impact of Mega-Catastrophes on Insurers: An Exposure-Based Analysis of the U.S. Homeowners’ Insurance Market
Does Regulation Kill Jobs? Edited by Cary Coglianese, Adam M. Finkel, and Christopher Carrigan, University of Pennsylvania Press, 2013.
A Response to Richard Williams and Keith Hall's Review of Does Regulation Kill Jobs?
Finkel, Adam M.