Encyclopedia of Quantitative Risk Analysis and Assessment
Encyclopedia of Quantitative Risk Analysis and Assessment
Absolute Risk Reduction.
Accelerated Life Testing.
Air Pollution Risk.
Alternative Risk Transfer.
As Low as Reasonably Practicable/As Low as Reasonably Achievable.
Assessment of Risk Association with Beryllium Exposure.
Asset–Liability Management for Life Insurers.
Asset–Liability Management for Nonlife Insurers.
Attributable Fraction and Probability of Causation.
Availability and Maintainability.
Axiomatic Measures of Risk and Risk-Value Models.
Axiomatic Models of Perceived Risk.
Basic Concepts of Insurance.
Bayes’ Theorem and Updating of Belief.
Bayesian Analysis and Markov Chain Monte Carlo Simulation.
Bayesian Statistics in Quantitative Risk Assessment.
Behavioral Decision Studies.
Benchmark Dose Estimation.
Burn-in Testing: Its Quantification and Applications.
Cancer Risk Evaluation from Animal Studies.
Change Point Analysis.
Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster.
Clinical Dose–Response Assessment.
Coding: Statistical Data Masking Techniques.
Collective Risk Models.
Common Cause Failure Modeling.
Comparative Efficacy Trials (Phase III Studies).
Comparative Risk Assessment.
Compensation for Loss of Life and Limb.
Competing Risks in Reliability.
Compliance with Treatment Allocation.
Computer Security: A Historical Perspective.
Conflicts, Choices, and Solutions: Informing Risky Choices.
Considerations in Planning for Successful Risk Communication.
Continuous-Time Asset Allocation.
Copulas and Other Measures of Dependency.
Credit Migration Matrices.
Credit Risk Models.
Credit Scoring via Altman Z-Score.
Credit Value at Risk.
Cumulative Risk Assessment for Environmental Hazards.
Cyber Risk Management.
Decision Conferencing/Facilitated Workshops.
Degradation and Shock Models.
Dependent Insurance Risks.
Design of Reliability Tests.
Digital Governance, Hotspot Detection, and Homeland Security.
Distributions for Loss Modeling.
Dynamic Financial Analysis.
Early Warning Systems (EWSs) for Predicting Financial Crisis.
Ecological Risk Assessment.
Economic Criteria for Setting Environmental Standards.
Effect Modification and Interaction.
Enterprise Risk Management (ERM).
Environmental Carcinogenesis Risk.
Environmental Exposure Monitoring.
Environmental Health Risk.
Environmental Health Risk Assessment.
Environmental Health Triage, Chemical Risk Assessment for.
Environmental Performance Index.
Environmental Risk Assessment of Water Pollution.
Environmental Risk Regulation.
Environmental Tobacco Smoke.
Epidemiology as Legal Evidence.
Equity-Linked Life Insurance.
Estimation of Mortality Rates from Insurance Data.
Ethical Issues in Using Statistics, Statistical Methods, and Statistical Sources in Work Related to.
Evaluation of Risk Communication Efforts.
Expert Elicitation for Risk Assessment.
Extreme Event Risk.
Extreme Value Theory in Finance.
Extreme Values in Reliability.
Extremely Low Frequency Electric and Magnetic Fields.
Failure Modes and Effects Analysis.
Fair Value of Insurance Liabilities.
Fate and Transport Models.
Fault Detection and Diagnosis.
Federal Statistical Systems as Data Sources for Intelligence, Investigative, or Prosecutorial Work.
Fraud in Insurance.
From Basel II to Solvency II – Risk Management in the Insurance Sector.
Game Theoretic Methods.
Geographic Disease Risk.
Hazard and Hazard Ratio.
Hazardous Waste Site(s).
Hazards Insurance: A Brief History.
Health Hazards Posed by Dioxin.
History and Examples of Environmental Justice.
History of Epidemiologic Studies.
Homeland Security and Transportation Risk.
Human Reliability Assessment.
Individual Risk Models.
Inequalities in Risk Theory.
Inferiority and Superiority Trials.
Informational Value of Corporate Issuer Credit Ratings.
Insurance Applications of Life Tables.
Integration of Risk Types.
Intensity Modeling: The Cox Process.
Interpretations of Probability.
Large Insurance Losses Distributions.
Latin Hypercube Sampling.
Lévy Processes in Asset Pricing.
Life Insurance Markets.
Lifetime Models and Risk Assessment.
Longevity Risk and Life Annuities.
Maintenance Modeling and Management.
Managing Foodborne Risk.
Managing Infrastructure Reliability, Safety, and Security.
Managing Risks of Consumer Products.
Markov Modeling in Reliability.
Mathematical Models of Credit Risk.
Mathematics of Risk and Reliability: A Select History.
Meta-Analysis in Clinical Risk Assessment.
Meta-Analysis in Nonclinical Risk Assessment.
Mobile Phones and Health Risks.
Modifiable Areal Unit Problem (MAUP).
Molecular Markers and Models.
Monte Carlo Methods.
Multiattribute Utility Functions.
Multiattribute Value Functions.
Multistate Models for Life Insurance Mathematics.
Multivariate Reliability Models and Methods.
Natural Resource Management.
Near-Miss Management: A Participative Approach to Improving System Reliability.
No Fault Found.
Non- and Semiparametric Models and Inference for Reliability Systems.
Nonlife Insurance Markets.
Nonlife Loss Reserving.
Nonparametric Calibration of Derivatives Models.
Nuclear Explosion Monitoring.
Numerical Schemes for Stochastic Differential Equation Models.
Occupational Cohort Studies.
Odds and Odds Ratio.
Operational Risk Development.
Operational Risk Modeling.
Optimal Risk-Sharing and Deductibles in Insurance.
Optimal Stopping and Dynamic Programming.
Options and Guarantees in Life Insurance.
Ordering of Insurance Risk.
Parametric Probability Distributions in Reliability.
Persistent Organic Pollutants.
Pharmaceuticals in the Environment.
Players in a Decision.
Point Source Modeling.
Precautionary Principles: Definitions, Issues, and Implications for Risky Choices.
Premium Calculation and Insurance Pricing.
Pricing of Life Insurance Liabilities.
Privacy Protection in an Era of Data Mining and Record Keeping.
Probabilistic Risk Assessment.
Product Risk Management: Testing and Warranties.
Professional Organizations in Risk Management.
Protection of Infrastructure.
Public Health Surveillance.
Quantitative Reliability Assessment of Electricity Supply
R&D Planning and Risk Management.
Radioactive Chemicals/Radioactive Compounds.
Randomized Controlled Trials.
Recurrent Event Data.
Reliability Growth Testing.
Reliability Integrated Engineering Using Physics of Failure.
Reliability of Consumer Goods with “Fast Turn Around”.
Reliability of Large Systems.
Repair, Inspection, and Replacement Models.
Repairable Systems Reliability.
Repeated Measures Analyses.
Risk and the Media.
Risk Classification in Nonlife Insurance.
Risk from Ionizing Radiation.
Risk in Credit Granting and Lending Decisions: Credit Scoring.
Risk Management of Construction Defects.
Risk Measures and Economic Capital for (Re)insurers.
Risk–Benefit Analysis for Environmental Applications.
Risk-Neutral Pricing: Importance and Relevance.
Role of Alternative Assets in Portfolio Construction.
Role of Risk Communication in a Comprehensive Risk Management Approach.
Ruin Probabilities: Computational Aspects.
Sampling and Inspection for Monitoring Threats to Homeland Security.
Scenario Simulation Method for Risk Management.
Scenario-Based Risk Management and Simulation Optimization.
Scientific Uncertainty in Social Debates Around Risk.
Simulation in Risk Management.
Societal Decision Making.
Software Testing and Reliability.
Soil Contamination Risk.
Spatial Risk Assessment.
Spatiotemporal Risk Analysis.
Stakeholder Participation in Risk Management Decision Making.
Statistics for Environmental Justice.
Statistics for Environmental Mutagenesis.
Statistics for Environmental Teratogenesis.
Statistics for Environmental Toxicity.
Stochastic Control for Insurance Companies.
Stratospheric Ozone Depletion.
Structural Models of Corporate Credit Risk.
Structured Products and Hybrid Securities.
Subjective Expected Utility.
Supra Decision Maker.
Toxic Torts: Implications for Risk Management.
Toxicity (Adverse Events).
Uncertainty Analysis and Dependence Modeling.
Uncertainty and Variability Characterization and Measures in Risk Assessment.
Understanding Large-Scale Structure in Massive Data Sets.
Use of Decision Support Techniques for Information System Risk Management.
Value at Risk (VaR) and Risk Measures.
Vulnerability Analysis for Environmental Hazards.
Water Pollution Risk.
What are Hazardous Materials?
Zero Failure Data.
"An excellent source for professionals in the field, this is really more a handbook than an encyclopedia. The material presented is of high quality. ... Many of the articles are easily understandable by a layperson. This work will be a valuable addition for all collections emphasizing mathematical statistics and for most large academic and public libraries. Recommended." (Choice, February 2009)