Strategic decisions and risk management

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ISSN / EISSN : 2618-947X / 2618-9984
Current Publisher: Real Economy Publishing (10.17747)
Total articles ≅ 137
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A. V. Kolobov, E. M. Igumnov, D. N. Naumov
Strategic decisions and risk management, Volume 11; doi:10.17747/2618-947x-2020-3-262-271

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N. A. Popov, N. A. Osokin
Strategic decisions and risk management, Volume 11; doi:10.17747/2618-947x-2020-3-304-315

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S. V. Ilkevich, L. V. Prikhodko, N. L. Smith
Strategic decisions and risk management, Volume 11; doi:10.17747/2618-947x-2020-3-324-334

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A. G. Boev
Strategic decisions and risk management, Volume 11; doi:10.17747/2618-947x-2020-3-250-261

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N. V. Linder
Strategic decisions and risk management, Volume 11; doi:10.17747/2618-947x-2020-3-272-285

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S. M. Sergeev, S. E. Barykin, N. V. Ostrovskaya, V. K. Yadykin
Strategic decisions and risk management, Volume 11; doi:10.17747/2618-947x-2020-3-286-293

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S. A. Titov, N. V. Titova
Strategic decisions and risk management, Volume 11; doi:10.17747/2618-947x-2020-3-294-303

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S. I. Lutsenko
Strategic decisions and risk management, Volume 11; doi:10.17747/2618-947x-2020-3-316-323

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Л. Д. Гительман, A. P. Isayev, M. V. Kozhevnikov
Strategic decisions and risk management, Volume 11; doi:10.17747/2618-947x-2020-3-238-249

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Strategic decisions and risk management, Volume 11; doi:10.17747/2618-947x-2020-2-172-181

Abstract:
To assess the probability and potential scale of risks associated with sustaining the current model of coal combustion product (CCP) utilization on Russian thermal power plants. This study adopts a qualitative approach. A panel comprising twenty experts was formed. Experts cores were derived using the Saaty paired comparison matrix. The results of the study indicate that environmental, social and technological risks are among the most significant. The largest scale of effects can be expected from the potential increase in the negative effects from coal ash landfill to ground waters and the distribution of small-sized ash-slag particles as a source of air pollution. Previous studies in Russia have largely dealt with technical aspects of CCP recycling or their potential application areas. However, the issues of the potential aftermath of low CCP utilization volume in Russia have not been properly assessed in prior research.
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