Journal of Risk Research
The Journal of Risk Research is an international journal that publishes peer-reviewed theoretical and empirical research articles within the risk field from the areas of social, physical and health sciences and engineering, as well as articles related to decision making, regulation and policy issues in all disciplines. Articles will be published in English. The main aims of the Journal of Risk Research are to stimulate intellectual debate, to promote better risk management practices and to contribute to the development of risk management methodologies.
There is a special subscription rate of £ 48 / US $76 / EUR €63 for members of the Society for Risk Analysis Europe and of Japan.
The Journal of Risk Research integrates the various disciplines, providing a forum that is unique within the risk field. It publishes peer reviewed articles from the areas of engineering, physical, health and social sciences, as well as articles related to decision-making, regulation and policy issues. By stimulating intellectual debate on risk across Europe, Japan and elsewhere, its aim is to promote better risk management practices, develop new methodologies and formulate innovative strategies that build upon the insights of the natural, technical and social sciences.
Call for Contributions
Manuscripts must be submitted in English, and must be original, unpublished work not under consideration for publication elsewhere.
For further information about author instructions click HERE. Please visit also the Journal of Risk Research at Taylor & Francis Web Site
Risk analysis, an international journal
As, to date, members of SRA Europe are also members of the Society for Risk Analysis, SRA-E members will automatically receive "Risk Analysis", the official journal of the Society for Risk analysis.
This journal provides a focal point for new developments in the theory and practice of risk analysis for researchers and practitioners from a wide range of disciplines, including behavioral, biological, decision, economic, engineering, health, physical, and social sciences. Its research and perspective articles focus on risk assessment, management, perception, and communication in the topic areas of human health, safety, and the built and natural environment.
Risk Analysis is ranked among the top 10 journals in the ISI Journal Citation Reports under the social sciences, mathematical methods category. This international peer-reviewed journal is committed to publishing critical empirical research and commentaries dealing with risk issues. The topics covered include:
- Human health and safety risks
- Microbial risks
- Mathematical modeling
- Risk characterization
- Risk communication
- Risk management and decision-making
- Risk perception, acceptability, and ethics
- Laws and regulatory policy
- Ecological risks
Note by the SRA-E board: The books listed below, can be purchased by SRA members at a reduced rate. The information on the books comes from the publisher and does not reflect the views of the members of the SRA-E board.
Alberto Alemanno: Governing Disasters - The Challenges of Emergency Risk Regulation
Alberto Alemanno (2011). Governing Disasters - The Challenges of Emergency Risk Regulation. Edward Elgar Publishing,
This book makes an important contribution to our understanding of emergency risk regulation, drawing on a wide range of insight and expertise, and seeking to learn lessons from past crises in order to more effectively manage those that occur in the future.
To order this title and benefit from the 35% discount that’s on offer for SRA members, please click on the link below and enter the code ‘ALEMANNO35’ in the special discount box after you have entered your delivery details. Offer ends 31st October 2011.