Database of Safeguards

IN THIS APPENDIX we provide checklists to help you generate ideas for safeguards or cross-check that good ideas have not been overlooked. The structure used is that in the main text, where safeguards were divided into four categories (see figure AII-1). We also comment on some other potential safeguards and their limitations. Further ideas are available on our Web site.


Four types of safeguard


Experience, Data, and Analysis

One way to safeguard against a flawed decision is to bring in new experience, data, and analysis (see figure AII-2). The aim is to provide the decision maker with new patterns ...

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