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RISK: Health, Safety & Environment

Abstract

The final paper from the symposium on public participation in Risk management discusses existing procedures for ensuring the integrity of advisory committee recommendations. It concludes that they are inadequate and argues that accountability would be better served if nonexperts were included. It also suggests that, in any event, measures need to be taken to indicate, e.g., the bases for committee conclusions.

Repository Citation

Sidney A. Shapiro, Public Accountability of Advisory Committees, 1 RISK 189 (1990).

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