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School of Business
Decision Sciences (DNSC)
DNSC
6252
Risk Analysis for Decision Making
Risk Analysis for Dec. Making
Spring 2017
1.5
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30
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Probabilistic modeling techniques with spreadsheet implementation. Special focus is placed on the concept of risk and methods for analyzing it. Topics include: risk attitudes, risk measures, decision trees, simulation models, game theory, real options approach, and risk communication.
1. Understanding of the value of using probabilistic models for analyzing projects involving uncertainty. Topics covered include: risk attitudes, risk measures, decision trees, simulation models, game theoretical approach, and real options approach.
2. Capability to analyze project value and risk under uncertainty and flexibility in decision making.
3. Experience in building simulation models for project management, and interpreting the results in terms of both expected performance and associated risks.
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krogan (Thu, 30 Jun 2016 15:59:33 GMT): Rollback: Hi Agnes, I'm going to need the actual syllabus. The courseleaf approvers will no longer accept "on file". Thanks.
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