Journal of Risk Analysis and Crisis Response

Aims & Scope

The Journal of Risk Analysis and Crisis Response was founded in July 2011 by the Society for Risk Analysis – China (SRA-China) whose executing entity in China is the Risk Analysis Council of China Association for Disaster Prevention with a license issued by the government. As an official SRA-China publication, this journal aims to promote the development of science and technology in the field of risk analysis and crisis response, to provide a forum for sharing theory and applications in this field, and for exchanging research findings and case studies. The journal will stimulate intellectual debate on risk and crisis, addressing the growing concern about the role of risk and crisis in modern society among industry officials, researchers, regulators and academics and increasing exchanges among those engaged in risk analysis and crisis response.

The Journal of Risk Analysis and Crisis Response is peer-reviewed and publishes both high-quality academic and application-oriented papers in the fields of risk analysis and crisis response. The journal is particularly interested in papers on the following topics:

  • Risks caused by natural disasters and environmental hazards
  • Health and safety risk assessment and management
  • Risk issues in industrial systems and engineering projects
  • Risks faced by society, economics, finance, insurance and investment
  • Climate change, emerging risks and ecological disasters
  • Crisis response and emergency management to outbreaks
  • Mathematical modeling and decision-making
  • Big data, internet platform and risk radar