What the Public Wants; Public Reactions

  • Franco OboniEmail author
  • Cesar Oboni


This chapter analyzes public reactions and “what the public wants”, around the world, especially from the point of view of potential victims of failures.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Oboni Riskope Associates Inc.RiskopeVancouverCanada

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