Society For Risk Analysis Annual Meeting 2016

Session Schedule & Abstracts


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M2-D
Presidential Roundtable: Post-Election Prospects and Challenges for Risk Policy

Room: Marina 6   10:30 am–12:00 pm

Chair(s): Lisa Robinson   robinson@hsph.harvard.edu

Sponsored by Economics and Benefit Analysis Specialty Group and Society for Benefit Cost Analysis

The results of the presidential election will have numerous important
implications for risk policy. This roundtable brings together a group
of experts from diverse policy areas and disciplines to discuss these
implications, including perspectives from economics, law, and public
policy.

Participants:
Charles Haas, Drexel University
James K. Hammitt, Harvard University
Sally Kane, University of New South Wales
Ragnar Lofstedt, Kings College London
Jonathan Wiener, Duke University
Richard Williams, George Mason University





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