Wiley, May 31, 1994 - Business & Economics - 345 pages
Provides a single source of current information which critically reviews and synthesizes scholarship on risk-taking behavior by cutting across multiple contexts and points of view. Offers detailed insights into concepts of risk, changes in risk-taking over the life cycle, research on the issue of risk-taking in group settings, models and evidence concerning people's behavior as well as recommendations on adapting design considerations and personnel training to encourage more appropriate risk-taking behavior and future research on this subject.
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