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International Journal of Risk and Contingency Management2018, Volume 7, Issue 1

Fighting global terrorism, social abnormalities, and organizational uncertainty 

o   Co-edited by Strang & Korstanje

·         Comparing the Socio-Political Ethics of Fighting Terrorism with Extreme Self-Defense in USA: an Exploratory Insight

o   Korstanje & Strang

·         Social and Health Risk of Female Genital Mutilation for Medication and Braveness.

o   Belay, Ibrahim, Tiruneh & Kia

·         Critical Evaluation of Hazards Operability versus Safety Integrity Risk Analysis Techniques

o   Malik

·         Deploying and Sustaining Lean Six Sigma Initiatives: How Risk Management Factors into Change

o   Kaviani & Galli

·         Book review: The Ethics of Self Defense

o   Korstanje

International Journal of Risk and Contingency Management2017, Volume 6, Issue 4

Managing qualitative vs. quantitative risks at the organization, industry and country levels of analysis 

o   Co-edited by Strang & Korstanje

·         An Empirical Take On Qualitative And Quantitative Risk Factors

o   Raghunath, Devi & Patro

·         Improving Reliability and Reducing Risks by Separation

o   Todorov

·         How the Nature of Exogenous Shocks and Crises Impact Company Performances

o   Li, Sun, Jiang, Yang & Zhang

·         Assessing the Risk of Leveraging Technology in Small Businesses Entering the European Union

o   Losha, Strang & Vajjhala

·         Climate Terror: A Critical Geopolitics Analysis of Climate Change

o   Korstanje

International Journal of Risk and Contingency Management2017, Volume 6, Issue 3

How businesses make profit and how they mitigate their risks      

·         Applying Strategic Analysis to Quantify Investor Risk of Pfizer Pharmaceuticals

o   Galli

·         A Survey on Risk-aware Business Process Modelling

o   Lhannaoui, Kabbaj & Bakkoury

·         Reducing Risk by Segmentation

o   Todinov

·         Disciplining Terror: How Experts Invented Terrorism

o   Korstanje

·         Book review: Juvenile Justice in a Global Perspective

o   Korstanje

International Journal of Risk and Contingency Management2017, Volume 6, Issue 2

Environmental conservation and operations research: Retrospective versus prospective models

·         Air, marine and rail hazmat accidents over two decades in USA: Comparative analysis and policy recommendations

o   Zamparini, Reniers & Ziolkowski

·         Exploring a risk adjusted return on capital model for the performance of equity mutual funds

o   Kumar

·         Applying data envelopment analysis to investigate the impact of credit risk on company financial performance

o   Kumar

·         Estimating and managing enterprise project risk using certainty

o   Denas

·         Book Review: Judgment and Agency

o   Korstanje

International Journal of Risk and Contingency Management2017, Volume 6, Issue 1

From philosophy to physics: Why are risks increasing and what can we do?

·         Evaluating the Cultural Roots of Risk in Developing Countries: How Mobilities and Risk Work in Underdeveloped Countries

o   Korstanje

·         Reducing risk Through Inversion and Self-strenthening

o   Todinov

·         Developing Risk Management as New Concept to Manage Risks in Higher Educational Institutions

o   Nurhadi & Chang

·         Feasibility approaches to reduce the unreliability of gas, nuclear, coal, solar and wind electricity production

o   Nersesian & Strang

·         Book review - Globalization of American Fear Culture: the empire in the Twenty-First Century

o   Korstanje

 International Journal of Risk and Contingency Management2016, Volume 5, Issue 4

What to do in strategic planning when you don’t know the unknown unknowns

·        A comprehensive Literature Review on Construction Project Risk Analysis

o   Ermias Tesfaye, Eshetie Berhan & Daniel Kitaw, Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia

·        Iterative Dichotomiser Decision Tree for Risk Analysis in Innovation Management

o   Hamed Fazlollahtabar & Hassan Arabshahi, Mazandaran University of Science and Technology, Iran

·        Scenario and Robust Optimization in Risk Management

o   Manoj Kumar, International Engineering Services, India

·        Developing Risk Management as New Concept to Manage Risks in Higher Educational Institutions

o   Ming-Chang Wu, Didik Nurhadi & Siti Zahro, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan

·        Book review - National Security, Public Health: exceptions to Human Rights?

o   Maximiliano Korstanje, University of Palermo, Argentenia

 International Journal of Risk and Contingency Management2016, Volume 5, Issue 3

Ethiopia child labor, India banks and Argentina disasters: Could big data analytics help?

·         Children’s engagement in solid waste management activities: Risks and impacts

o   Mohammed Akalewold, Ethiopia

·         Risk Mitigation practices in banking: A case study

o   Hasnan Baber, India

·         Critical analysis of the Reserve Bank Of India in managing liquidity in the interbank market amidst financial stress

o   Rituparna Das, India

·         A critical review of the big-data paradigm

o   Ruben Xing, Montclair University, USA

·         Book review: Riesgos Al Sur


International Journal of Risk and Contingency Management2016, Volume 5, Issue 2

Contingency critical thinking for insurance, energy creation, university and healthcare industries

·        Assessing the relationship between awareness and uptake of insurance products in Kenya

o   Charles Owuor, Kenya

·        Modeling the risk of energy creation through solar and wind farms in different locations

o   Roy Nersesian, Monmouth University, NJ USA

o   Kenneth David Strang, State University of New York, USA

·        Revolutionary emergency planning: Adding resilience through continuous review

o   Mary Beth Lock, Craig Fansler & Meghan Webb, USA

·        Quantitative assessment of interconnectedness within systemic risks

o   Ian Mitroff, CA, USA

International Journal of Risk and Contingency Management2016, Volume 5, Issue 1

Special issue on managing unexpected risk events in the digital world of libraries

·        Disaster Management in Digital Libraries: Issues and Strategies in Developing Countries

o   Goodluck Ifijeh, Jerome Idiegbeyan-ose, Chidi Segun-Adeniran & Julie Ilogho, Covenant University, Nigeria

·        Assessing Risk and Safeguarding Rare Library Materials during Exhibition Loans

o   Patti Gibbons, University of Chicago Library, USA

·        Disaster Management and Continuity Planning for Libraries: Lessons Learned Since 2000 Exhibition Loans

o   Rebecca Hamilton & Diane Brown, USA

·        Managing the Commonplace: Small Water Emergencies in Libraries

o   Gerald Chaudron, University of Memphis, TN, USA

·        The Library as Lifeboat

o   Michael R. Mabe, USA

International Journal of Risk and Contingency Management2015, Volume 4, Issue 4

Risk reduction approaches in construction, research and oil drilling

·         Reduction Lists and Contingencies as Tools for Cost Control in Public Building Projects

o   Nils O. E. Olsson, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

·         Risk and Models of Innovation Hubs: MIT and Fraunhofer Society Case Studies

o   Mohammad Baydoun, Lebanon

·         Risk planning and mitigation in oil well fields: Preventing disasters

o   Nediljka Gaurina-Međimurec, Borivoje Pašić & Petar Mijić, Croatia

·         Integrated Approach for Prioritizing Balanced Scorecard Strategic Objectives with Vague Requirements

o   Farzad Firouzi Jahantigh & Behnam Malmir, Iran

·         Teaching systemic risk: An in-class simulation for diverse audiences

o   William C. Wood, James Madison University, USA


International Journal of Risk and Contingency Management2015, Volume 4, Issue 3

Applied risk evaluation factors in engineering and health projects

·         Reducing Risk Through Segmentation, Time and Space Exposure, Inverse States, and Separation

o   Michael Todinov, Oxford Brookes University, UK

·         Risk Analysis Using Earned Value: An Engineering Project Management Study

o   Scheljert Denas, Tulane University, Belle Chasse, LA

·         Motivational Influences on Project Risk Management and Team Performance

o   James Williams Akpan, University of Uyo, Benin

·         Ethics, Risk, and Media Intervention: Women’s Breast Cancer in Venezuela

o   Mahmoud Eid and Isaac Nahon-Serfaty, University of Ottawa, Canada


International Journal of Risk and Contingency Management2015, Volume 4, Issue 2
Diverse methods of studying risk: Phenomenology, fuzzy analysis, calculus, linear programming and experiments

·         Negative effects of home foreclosures on mental and physical risks                                                                                                                DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2015040101

o   Owusu Kizito, InvestiGroup LLC, NJ, USA

·         Fuzzy quantitative and semi-qualitative risk assessment in projects                                                                             DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2015040102

     o   Mohamamd Abdolshah, India ·         Contingency design for reliability in a supply chain                                                                                      DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2015040103

o   Youcef Bereriche & Daoud Aitkadi, Level University, Quebec

·         Impact of socialized uncertainty on group decision making: An experiment with emerging executives       

o   Kenneth David Strang, State University of New York, USA                                                                             DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2015040104

o   Narasimha Rao Vajjhala, University of New York Tirana, Albania

·         Book review of research design principles in business and managemen                                                                       DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2015040105

o   Dongil DD Jung, Social-Psychologist,  USA


International Journal of Risk and Contingency Management2015, Volume 4, Issue 1 Cascading Levels of Contingency Management: Global, Country, Organization and Practitioners

·         What and where are the risks of international terrorist attacks: A descriptive study of the evidence      DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2015010101

o   Kenneth David Strang, State University of New York, USA

o   Serafina Alamieyeseigha, SA Consulting, South Africa

·         Analyzing petrol scarcity risk in Nigeria: Strategic management survey and SWOT                                         DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2015010102

o   Sunday S. Akpan,  University of Uyo, Nigeria

o   Michael Nnamseh, University of Uyo, Nigeria

·         Comprehensive risk abatement methodology as a lean operations strategy                                                           DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2015010103

o   Bruce D. McLaughlin, Lifetime Reliability Solutions, USA

·         Risk analysis using simulation software applied on a road infrastructure project                                                DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2015010104

o   Vijaya S. Desai, National Institute of Construction Management & Research, India

·         Review of project risk management: Essential methods for teams and decision makers                                DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2015010105

 o   Nirosha Udumalagala, Queensland University, Australia


International Journal of Risk and Contingency Management2014, Volume 3, Issue 4
Casual Models of Contingency and Risk in Finance and Manufacturing

      Measuring the financial value of marketing strategy with excess stock market return
          DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2014100101

o   Vicki Lane, University of Colorado at Denver, CO, USA

·         Supply risk management process: Modeling enablers to develop a structural framework          DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2014100102

o   Kunal K.Ganguly, Indian Institute of Management, Kashipur, India

o   Prabir Bandyopdhyay, Goa Institute of Management, Goa, India

·         Impact of bank operational efficiency using a three-stage DEA model                                                DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2014100103

o   Mu-Shun Wang, Kainan University, Taiwan

o   Chihuang Lin, Kainan University, Taiwan

·         Applying enterprise risk management on a fiber board manufacturing industrial case                   DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2014100104

o   Syed Aftab Hayat, Maryville University, St. Louis, USA

          Review of Risk Management Challenge and Opportunity                                                                                                     DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2014100105

o   Shahsuzan Zakaria & Sardar M. N. Islam, Victoria University, VIC, Australia


International Journal of Risk and Contingency Management
2014, Volume 3, Issue 3

Management of uncertainty tolerance and socio-economic risk

·         Outsourcing Risk Avoidance: Comparative Study of Manufacturing and Service Firms    DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2014070101

o   Pushpa Agrawal, University of Nebraska at Kearney, NE, USA

·         A Comparative Analysis of Racio-Ethnicity and Gender Impact on Stock Risk                        DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2014070102

o   J. R. Smith, Jackson State University, MS, USA

o   Andrea Tillman-Hawkins, Alabama A & M University, AL, USA

o   Alisa L. Mosley, Tennessee State University, TN, USA

o   Jean-Claude Assad, Jackson State University, MS, USA

·         OCTAPACE Human Resource Development Culture Impact on Bank Performance                DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2014070103

o   John Mahapatra, Shikhsha Anusandhan University, India

o   Dinesh Kumar, Bank of Baroda, India

·         Best-Practice of Reducing Risk through a Culture of Total Quality Management               DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2014070104

o   Dennis Bialaszewski, Indiana State University, IN, USA

          Review of Project Risk Management Methods for Teams and Decision Makers                    DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2014070105

o   Yuri Raydugin, Risk Services & Solutions Inc & IJRCM Board Member, USA


International Journal of Risk and Contingency Management2014, Volume 3, Issue 2

Neo-reasoning risk behavior analysis from novel socio-cultural economic perspectives

·         Perceptions and framing of risk, uncertainty, loss, and failure in entrepreneurship

o   Kim Green, University of West Georgia, USA                                                      DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2014040101

·         Enterprise risk management: Insights from a textile-apparel supply chain             DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2014040102

o   K.K.L. Moon, Seoul National University, Seoul, Republic of Korea

o   P.L.L. Mo, City University of Hong Kong, China

o   R.L.Y. Chan, United International College, China

·         Financial risk management in Chinese small businesses                                          DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2014040103

o   Simon S. Gao & Jane Zhang, Edinburgh Napier University, Scotland

·         Reducing risk through governance: Impact of compensation, defense, and accounting practices

o   I-Jan Yeh, Shih Hsin University, Taiwan                                                                DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2014040104

o   Ching Liang Chang, Yuan Ze University, Taiwan

o   Joe Ueng & Vinita Ramaswamy, University of St. Thomas, USA

·         Impact of financial risk ratios on profitability of multinational versus domestic pharmaceuticals in India

o   Kaushik Chakraborty, Netaji Mahavidyalaya Arambagh, India                           DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2014040105

 

International Journal of Risk and Contingency Management, 2014, Volume 3, Issue 1
Mitigating human-controlled risk in healthcare and economics planning

·         Open source approach for mitigating misinformation risk in alternative medicine practices

o   Venugopal G. Remani, University of Texas at Tyler, Tyler, TX                           DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2014010101

o   Mary H. Fagan, University of Texas at Tyler, Tyler, TX

·         Preventing groupthink risk through deliberative discussion:
Further experimental evidence for a social identity maintenance model                 
DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2014010102

o   Marlene E. Turner, San Jose State University

o   Anthony R. Pratkanis, University of California, Santa Cruz

·         Board independence and expropriation risk in family run businesses                      DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2014010103

o   Jin Wook Kim, Rutgers State University of New Jersey

·         Measuring market timing skills of fund managers: Theory and evidence                 DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2014010104

o   George Woodward, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs

o   Robert Brooks, Monash University

·         Determinants of financial failure in Ghana: Probit analysis of UniBank loan defaults

o   Richard Amponsah & Gordon Kanyoke, UniBank, Ghana.                            DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2014010107

 

International Journal of Risk and Contingency Management, 2013, Volume 2, Issue 4
Human uncertainty in organizational governance, terrorism, borders, and the petroleum industry

·         Impact of board heterogeneity composition on firm risk: An empirical study                       DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2013100101

o   Kong-Hee Kim, St. Cloud State University, MN

o   Abdul A. Rasheed, University of Texas at Arlington

·         Methods for counteracting groupthink risk: A critical appraisal                                                   DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2013100102

o   Anthony R. Pratkanis, University of California, Santa Cruz

o   Marlene E. Turner, San Jose State University, CA

·         Threat-response model of counter-terrorism: Implications for information security        DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2013100103

o   William C. Wood, James Madison University, VA

o   J. Brian O’Roark, Robert Morris University, PA

o   Lauren M. DeLaCruz, James Madison University, VA

·         Local resident perceptions of border security dynamics: Are citizens intimidated?           DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2013100104

o   Michael F. Ziolkowski, SUNY College at Brockport, NY, USA

·         Risk planning with discrete distribution analysis applied to petroleum spills                     DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2013100105

o   Roy L. Nersesian, Monmouth University, NJ & Columbia University, NY

o   Kenneth David Strang, State University of New York & APPC Australia

·         Project risk management: Use and benefit of various tools                                                 DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2013100106

o   Jan Terje Karlsen, Norwegian Business School BI, Norway.

o   Odin Folke-Olsen, Statoil, Norway

o   Tim Torvatn, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

 

International Journal of Risk and Contingency Management, 2013, Volume 2, Issue 3
High touch, high tech: Risk assessment of humans and computers

·         Homeowner behavioral intent to evacuate after flood risk warnings                                  DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2013070101

o   Kenneth David Strang, State University of New York USA & APPC Australia.

·         Impact of national culture on business continuity management systems                            DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2013070102

o   Praval Shukla, Abhijeet Kumar & Anu Kumar, Institute of Information Technology Allahabad, India

·         Reducing competitive risk in Indian banks through business intelligence                          DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2013070103

o   Dinesh Kumar, Bank of Baroda, India

·         Proposed isomorphic graph model for risk assessment of a Unix operating system                   DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2013070104

o   Prashant Kumar Patra, College of Engineering & Technology, India

o   Padma Lochan Pradhan, Sikha 'O' Anusandhan University, India

·         A critical review of information technology innovations                                                                                                           DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2013070105

o   Ruben Xing, John Wang & Qiyang Chen, Montclair State University, USA

 

International Journal of Risk and Contingency Management, 2013, Volume 2, Issue 2
How to research risk management and a few quantitative studies

·         Risk management research design ideologies, strategies, methods and techniques              DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2013040101

o   Kenneth David Strang, State University of New York USA & APPC Australia.

·         Risk management instruments, strategies and their impact on project success                  DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2013040102

o   Vittal Anantatmula and Yang Fan, Western Carolina University, USA

·         Risk assessment using AHP in a petrochemical engineering case study                              DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2013040103

o   Reza Manabi, Jamshid Salahshour and Abdolkarim Abasi Dezfouli,
Azad University, Iran

·         Supply risk structural equation model of trust, dependence and information sharing          DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2013040104

o   Santanu Mandal, and Sourabh Bhattacharya, IT University, India.

·         Agricultural investment risk relationship to national domestic production                                               DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2013040105

o   Alex Ehimare Omankhanlen, Covenant University, Nigeria

 

International Journal of Risk and Contingency Management, 2013, Volume 2, Issue 1

Contingency planning for constructed risks and natural disasters

·         Risks and strategies for a build-own-operate international airport project in India            DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2013010101

o   Daly Paulose, SCMS Educational Institutions Group, India

·         Teaching case for addressing risks with strategies in an international airport project           DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2013010102

o   Daly Paulose, SCMS Educational Institutions Group, India

·         Decision support model for fire insurance risk analysis in a petrochemical case study         DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2013010103

o   Hadis Z. Nejad, Islamic Azad University, Iran

o   Reza Samizadeh, Alzahra University, Iran

·         Planning for hurricane Isaac using probability theory in a linear programming model     DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2013010104

o   Kenneth David Strang, State University of New York USA & APPC Australia.

·         Paradise to peril: Humanistic uncertainty during hurricanes Isaac and Katrina                           DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2013010105

o   Scheljert Denas, Tulane University, Belle Chasse, LA


International Journal of Risk and Contingency Management, 2013, Volume 1, Issue 4
Risk approaches in global health pandemics, economics, and project management

·          Risk control in a pandemic crisis at a global non profit health care organization                  DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2012100101

o   Drew Sugaretty, United Nations World Health Organization, Macedonia.

§  Phenomenological interpretation of risk control best-practice themes from SARS pandemic.

·         Key risk and uncertainty theories impacting contemporary financial economics                  DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2012100102

o   Colin Read, State University of New York, Plattsburgh, NY USA.

§  Literature review of financial risk models describing how stocks are priced and hedged.

·         Risk assessment of inflation and industrial production factors on Pakistan stocks              DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2012100103

o   Shehla Akhtar & Benish Javed, National University of Modern Language, Pakistan.

§  ADF and APT regression of macroeconomic risk factors on Pakistan stocks (N=50).

·         Visual risk management of engineering design options in mega-projects                                   DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2012100104

o   Yuri Raydugin, Risk Services & Solutions Inc., Alberta.

§  EMV & color-coded decision making for economic, safety, environment & reputation criteria.

·         International Disaster Conference 2012 [New Orleans, LA event review]                                 DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2012100105

o   Amy Nash, Kentucky State Government, USA.

International Journal of Risk and Contingency Management, 2012, Volume 1, Issue 3
Risk management practices after the global financial crises

·         Nonparametric correspondence analysis of global risk management techniques              DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2012070101

o   Kenneth David Strang, APPC Research, Australia & State University of New York, USA

§  Survey of global risk management practices (N=211), symmetric 4-quadrant plot of results.

·         US financial crisis critique and the statistical predictability of a NYSE portfolio                  DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2012070102

o   Gerry Wymar, Hammersmith Planning, UK

§  Critique of US sub-prime financial crisis with unique algebraic stock prediction formula.

·         Supply chain disruptions and best-practice mitigation strategies                                                     DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2012070103

o   Adenike Aderonke Moradeyo, Pan-African University, West Africa

§  Literature review and comprehensive mitigation strategies for supply chain problems.

·         Risk of contract growth and opportunistic behavior: Comparison of 2 mega-projects    DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2012070104

o   Harald Brugaard Villmo, Statoil, Norway

o   Tim Torvatn, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

o   Jan Terje Karlsen, Norwegian Business School BI, Norway

§  Case study of change management in Statoil (Norway) and CERN (Switzerland).

·         The flaw of averages: Why we underestimate risk in the face of uncertainty                   DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2012070105

o   Jonathan Ford, State Government, Australia.

§  Drawbacks of assuming human behavior and natural disasters follow predictable patterns.


International Journal of Risk and Contingency Management
, 2012, Volume 1, Issue 2
Inside, outside and across industries: Practitioner studies of uncertainty

·         Insider perceptions of insider trading and corporate governance at Nigerian banks          DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2012040101

o   Alex Ehimare Omankhanlen & Dick Oluku Mukoro, Covenant University, Nigeria

§  Nigerian bank practices and how they are trying to improve ethical governance.

·         Likelihood to trust sharing knowledge in multi-cultural consulting companies                       DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2012040102

o   Serafina Alamieyeseigha, SA Consulting, South Africa

§  Personality vs. intention to share knowledge at large management consulting firm (N=125).

·         Quantifying unknown unknowns in an oil and gas capital development project                   DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2012040103

o   Yuri Raydugin, Risk Services & Solutions Inc, Royal Dutch Shell, Netherlands

§  Risk techniques in Excel, radar diagrams, transforming uncertainties into decisions.

·         Case study of risk mitigation for hurricanes near Texas coast oil refineries                      DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2012040104

o   Kenneth David Strang, State University of New York USA and APPC Research, Australia

§  PERT, standard deviation, and t-tests applied to a hurricane mitigation project.

·         Product review: Microsoft project as a risk management tool                                            DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2012040105

o   Narasimha Rao Vajjhala, University of New York Tirana, Albania.

·         Product review: Open planner project management software                                            DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2012040106

o   Kenneth David Strang, State University of New York USA and APPC Research, Australia.

 

International Journal of Risk and Contingency Management, 2012, Volume 1, Issue 1
Contemporary risk management theories and practices

·         Socio-cultural and multi-disciplinary perceptions of risk                                                     DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2012010101

o   Yölande Goodwin, APPC Research, NZ & Kenneth David Strang, State University of New York

§  Discusses cross-cultural and cross-disciplinary views of uncertainty with a new risk meta-model.

·         B2B relationships: Impact of internet technology on security risk                                      DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2012010102

o   Tridib Bandyopadhyay, Coles College of Business at Kennesaw State University

§  Examines cost impacts of e-business technology to reduce information technology security risks.

·         Analyzing research activity duration and uncertainty in business doctorate degrees          DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2012010103

o   Robert J Symonds, TX, USA & Kenneth David Strang State University of New York

§  Tests Program Evaluation and Review Technique to quantify uncertainty in a doctorate program.

·         Flood risk awareness: An experiment using school students to inform families                DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2012010104

o   Tiziana Guzzo, Fernando Ferri & Patrizia Grifoni, National Research Council, Italy
& Katja Firus, T6 Eco Systems, Italy

§  Experiment with middle school students in Italy to improve ‘flood risk awareness’ of residents.

·         Event review: Global supply chain management conference                                              DOI: 10.4018/ijrcm.2012010105

o   Durango Vasthu, FEC-IBM, Sri Lanka

§  Reviews SCM Professional Annual Global Conference, at Philadelphia PA, in October 2011.


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