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Risk Policies in the United States: Definition and Characteristics Based on a Scoping Review of the Literature

Bibliographic reference Jacob, Steve ; Schiffino, Nathalie. Risk Policies in the United States: Definition and Characteristics Based on a Scoping Review of the Literature. In: Risk Analysis : an international journal, Vol. 35, no. 5, p. 849-858 (2015)
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