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Perceived risk is defined as consumers’ perception of the uncertainty and adverse consequences of engaging in a purchase activity. Since the risk is in consumers’ mind, it is perceived and not necessarily real. In this research, we have tried to understan... see more

Generally speaking, tourists avoid traveling to risky tourism destinations and, instead, choose destinations with lower perceived risk. Therefore, the perceived risks of travel to tourism destinations can be considered as one of the most important deterre... see more

The present work presents the concept approach and the types of the market risks, considering the representatives of the two correlative dimensions of the market: the supply and the demand. This approach dissociates from the other ways to define and to ma... see more

Most instruments assessing gambling problems are relatively extensive and therefore not suitable for comprehensive youth surveys. An exception is the two-item Lie/Bet questionnaire. This study addresses to what extent two instruments (Lie/Bet and South Oa... see more

The objective of this study was to analyze the quality of mandatory and voluntary risk disclosure in Indonesia during the period of 2011 and 2012. The risk disclosure quality is defined as the quality of risk information that are disclosed by firms in ter... see more

Abstract. Vulnerability and risk assessment (VRA) is increasingly becoming more popular as a tool to assess and evaluate the likelihood and externalities that are faced by urban areas because of environmental hazards and climate change. However, urban dyn... see more

In contrast to most other fictional texts treating ecological crisis, Ian McEwan's Solar (2010), celebrated as "the book on climate change," does not develop an apocalyptic scenario culminating in a collective catastrophe. Instead, while on the level of d... see more

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