Risk Evaluation for a ‘Reference Model’ of Industrial Hazards

  • Immo Querner
Part of the Microeconomic Studies book series (MICROECONOMIC)


Given the general results of part A, it may be interesting to apply these findings to a particular ‘reference model’ of real world hazards. What should such a ‘reference model’ look like?


Reference Model Marginal Rate Indifference Curve Background Risk Death Probability 
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© Physica-Verlag Heidelberg 1993

Authors and Affiliations

  • Immo Querner
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  1. 1.Berlin 12Germany

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