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, M., Falcini, F., Conti, E., Decarli, A.: Intake of selected micronutrients and the risk of breast cancer. Int. J. Cancer, 1996, 65 , 140–144. Decarli A. Intake of selected

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315 . X.T. Wang 1996 Evolutionary hypotheses of risk-sensitive choice: Age differences and perspective change Ethol

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are no longer considered to fall into neat binary categories. Instead, reference is made to a “risk continuum.” A small percentage of pathological cases will feature at one end (usually 0.5%–1.0%), a group of moderately affected individuals (2

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to its occurrence, such as smoking, alcohol consumption, sedentary lifestyle, red meat consumption and obesity [ 2 ]. Developing public health programs that address these modifiable risk factors will help reduce the incidence of CRC. Albuminuria is

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decision making under both risk (when decision outcome probabilities are known) and ambiguity (when decision outcome probabilities are unknown). Specifically, decisions in the first half of the IGT are thought to involve ambiguity, while decisions in the

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intelligence (AI) and data driven decision making can be used to reduce risk, enhance organisations' adaptiveness to uncertain environments while increasing productivity and improving climate resilience in distributed energy systems ( Navarra 2022a ). The

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2002 Psychosocial predictors of emerging adults’ risk and reckless behaviors Journal of Youth and Adolescence 3 253 265

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Society and Economy
Authors:
Edina Berlinger
,
Judit Lilla Keresztúri
,
Ágnes Lublóy
, and
Zsuzsanna Tamásné Vőneki

1 Introduction Operational risk is defined as “the risk of loss resulting from inadequate or failed internal processes, people, and systems, or from external events” ( BCBS 2004 : 14). It is the second most

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internal processes, the acquisition of purchased raw materials and semi-finished products from cheaper sources is another option. The use of new or existing suppliers for the purchased products is a possible solution. The target of supplier risk

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. Handy, C. (1996): Beyond Certainty. The Changing Worlds of Organizations . Harvard Business School Press. Knight, F. (1921): Risk, Uncertainty and Profit . Boston, MA: Hart, Schaffner & Marx

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