Ralph Strauch's scientific contributions

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Article
Most extant approaches to risk assessment stress methodological and procedural solutions to the problem, in part because method and procedure are viewed as bulwarks against the fallibilities and limitations of human judgment. This paper examines the other side of that coin, the use of judgment and intuition as bulwarks against the fallibilities and...

Citations

... This approach stresses formal methods. According to Strauch, the idea is that "human judgment is seriously flawed and that methodology and technique should serve as bulwarks against its fallibilities and limitations…" (Strauch, 1980). The standard risk assessment and management process is defined as having six steps: ...