Journal of Risk Analysis and Crisis Response

Volume 3, Issue 1, May 2013

1. Editor's Introduction

Chongfu Huang, Ye Xue
Pages: 1 - 2
Research Article

2. Risk Assessment of Radio Frequencies and Public Information

Marc Poumadère, Anne Perrin
Pages: 3 - 12
The rapid, worldwide development of mobile phones is accompanied in many countries by public concern over the possible health risks of radio frequencies (RF). National and international health agencies have undertaken risk assessments, and an in-depth study was recently conducted with the French Agency...
Research Article

3. Risk Scenes of Managerial Decision-Making with Incomplete Information: An Assessment in Forecasting Models Based on Statistical and Neural Networks Approach

Dusan Marcek
Pages: 13 - 21
The paper is concerned with measuring of risks in managerial decision-making. It builds upon the uncertainty of economic information, which is converted into the concept of risk expressed in terms of probability and using confidence intervals and standard deviations of the predicted quantities. The paper...
Research Article

4. A Risk Assessment Model based on Attribute Theory

Jiali Feng, Tao Sheng
Pages: 22 - 26
Since the global financial crisis in 2008, the Chinese government has invested 4000 billion to maintain the economic growth. And the investment made the inflation became more seriously. However, the investment has led to high inflation rate. To fight inflation, it is important to understand the effects...
Research Article

5. The Research on Applicability of Amended KMV Model with Different Industries

Yang Yang, Li Li, Zongfang Zhou, Wenying Fei
Pages: 27 - 33
The determination of the default point is the key to applying the KMV model. In the traditional research, the default point is equal to the sum of short term debt and half of the long term debt empirically based on the credit data of American companies. But whether it is fit for the Chinese companies...
Research Article

6. An Operational Drought Risk Management Framework Based on stream-flow Intelligent Internet control

Rongfang Li, Lijun Cheng, Yongsheng Ding, K. Khorasani, Yunxiang Chen, Wei Wang
Pages: 34 - 43
In this paper, an operational drought risk management framework based on the stream-flow intelligent internet control is proposed. In the proposed framework drought can be predicted, evaluated and mitigated by using a dynamic stream-flow control under the sensors detection. The framework mainly includes...
Research Article

7. Types of Credit Risks and Strategies to Improve Risk Identification by Internet of Intelligences

Chongfu Huang
Pages: 44 - 51
Today, people mainly consider credit risks from view of powerful players. The role of the Internet in the credit risk management is not fully. In this paper, we have a comprehensive look at the credit risks, so that, suggest two concepts: binary credit risk and triad credit risk. The Internet of intelligences...
Research Article

8. Analytical Research on the Accident Risk in Three Industries of China and USA in the Period of 2006-2010

Zongzhi Wu, Shengzhu Zhang, Mingrong Zeng
Pages: 52 - 58
The related data analysis of China and USA shows that the work-related injuries are closely related to the proportion of each industry. High-incidence period is often in the period when the proportion of the secondary industry rises. Increasing proportion of the tertiary industry does good to decrease...
Research Article

9. The Spatial Symmetry Axis of Earthquake Hazard in China

Junping Yan, Shuangshuang Li, Jing Bai, Xinyan Liu
Pages: 59 - 64
Natural disaster risk assessment is one of the hot fields of the study of natural disaster. It is of theoretical and practical significance to accurately identify the trend of natural disasters. Not all the natural disaster has the quality of spatial symmetry, only some disasters during some certain...