It is nothing more than a feeder into the adult criminal justice system . It picks on low income minority youth and most kids locked up are not a serious public risk . It costs $ 39,000 a year to incarcerate a youth in Georgia who is ...
An entity is patt of a system if a change in one btings about a change in anothet. Patts of the at-risk dtopout system include, at a minimum, health, mental health, and cottections. Thus if a systems apptoach is applied a change in one ...
Author: Robert F. Kronick
First Published in 1997. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Security control assessments provide information about the security posture of a system at a specific point in time. Decisions to authorize (or continue) operation of a system consider the risk stemming from operating the information ...
Author: Stephen D. Gantz
FISMA and the Risk Management Framework: The New Practice of Federal Cyber Security deals with the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA), a law that provides the framework for securing information systems and managing risk associated with information resources in federal government agencies. Comprised of 17 chapters, the book explains the FISMA legislation and its provisions, strengths and limitations, as well as the expectations and obligations of federal agencies subject to FISMA. It also discusses the processes and activities necessary to implement effective information security management following the passage of FISMA, and it describes the National Institute of Standards and Technology's Risk Management Framework. The book looks at how information assurance, risk management, and information systems security is practiced in federal government agencies; the three primary documents that make up the security authorization package: system security plan, security assessment report, and plan of action and milestones; and federal information security-management requirements and initiatives not explicitly covered by FISMA. This book will be helpful to security officers, risk managers, system owners, IT managers, contractors, consultants, service providers, and others involved in securing, managing, or overseeing federal information systems, as well as the mission functions and business processes supported by those systems. Learn how to build a robust, near real-time risk management system and comply with FISMA Discover the changes to FISMA compliance and beyond Gain your systems the authorization they need
Group activities were used as a forum for providing academic assistance in some programs , including those in Boston ... in or transitioning out of the juvenile justice system in addition to programs targeting other at - risk youth .
Since the city in which School F is located also has a system of magnet schools that historically has attracted the better students from the system, the comprehensive high schools in this district serve primarily students most at risk.
Author: Robert J. Rossi
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
This study was conducted by the Amer. Institutes for Research and the Johns Hopkins Center for the Education of Students Placed at Risk. Case studies were conducted of 12 model and 6 replicate school sites nationwide, and reports, books, articles, and practical guides for education practitioners were prepared. Reveals the essential mechanics of effective reforms for students at risk. Documents the incentives for and barriers to implementing and sustaining these reforms and their effects on students. This report reviews the findings of the study and presents their implications for policy, practice, and needed future research.
Availability of the Pressure Relief Panel System at Pickering "A" Nuclear Generating Station R. Rajagopalan F. Camacho Ontario Hydro Ontario Hydro Ontario, Canada Ontario, Canada. Abstract Based on the overall containment system ...
Author: Viviana Colombari
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
International cooperation on reliability and accident data collection and processing, exchange of experience on actual uses of data and reliability engineering techniques is a major step in realising safer and more efficient industrial systems. This book provides an updated presentation of the activities in this field on a worldwide basis.
Release on 1999 | by United States. Congress. Senate. Special Committee on Aging
In addition , we are continuing to improve the OSCAR data system to strengthen our management information system . By June 1999 , we will also begin using Quality_Indicators ( QIs ) in conjunction with our Nursing Home Minimum Data Set ...
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Special Committee on Aging
Exposure to mustard agents and Lewisite may have long-term effects on a number of other physiological systems. This chapter reviews the animal experimental data and human epidemiological studies that have focused on the following ...
Author: Institute of Medicine
Publisher: National Academies Press
Recently, World War II veterans have come forward to claim compensation for health effects they say were caused by their participation in chemical warfare experiments. In response, the Veterans Administration asked the Institute of Medicine to study the issue. Based on a literature review and personal testimony from more than 250 affected veterans, this new volume discusses in detail the development and chemistry of mustard agents and Lewisite followed by interesting and informative discussions about these substances and their possible connection to a range of health problems, from cancer to reproductive disorders. The volume also offers an often chilling historical examination of the use of volunteers in chemical warfare experiments by the U.S. militaryâ€"what the then-young soldiers were told prior to the experiments, how they were "encouraged" to remain in the program, and how they were treated afterward. This comprehensive and controversial book will be of importance to policymakers and legislators, military and civilian planners, officials at the Department of Veterans Affairs, military historians, and researchers.
precedent, Wilson appeared in person before a joint assembly of senators and representatives in April, ... Far from expert on the topic, Wilson knew, even as a candidate for the presidency, that control of such a system could not be ...
Author: Francis L. Broderick
Category: Political Science
Broderick covers the ballyhoo and intrigue of the 1912 presidential campaign with remarkable evenhandedness and realism. He views the race for the White House from the vantage points of the Wilson, Roosevelt, Taft, and Debs camps, and analyzes their strengths and weaknesses accordingly. The book emphasizes the variety of choice offered to the progressive voter in 1912. . . . Broderick makes his points with great clarity and persuasiveness, as well as with detailed examples and anecdotes. This book offers fresh insight into an oft-covered campaign year. Choice The presidential election of 1912 was critical in American history, defining not only the Progressive Era, but setting domestic political standards that remained implicitly or explicitly influential until the second Nixon administration. The election campaign dealt with the central issue of Progressivism: How could the United States develop a strategy for orderly social change in a new economic order created by large-scale industrial capitalism? However, in the face of an acknowledged need for reform, there was little agreement on what reforms were desirable. Broderick provides an in-depth picture of the personalities and issues involved in this crucial election. He shows how the four presidential candidates--Roosevelt, Taft, Debs, and Wilson--sought votes for their solutions. In addition to battling each other, the author contends, the candidates struggled for dominance within their own parties. Broderick also considers the influence of Elihu Root, Robert M. La Follette, William Jennings Bryan, Charles Murphy, Champ Clark, and a dozen other political leaders who left their mark on the drama of the campaign of 1912. In conclusion, he demonstrates how, while Wilson won the office, Roosevelt won the debate and shaped the future. This history of an election unique in American politics will be welcomed by political scientists, historians, and the general reader.
The solution is to prevent economists from teaching practitioners, simply because they have no mechanism to exit the system in the event of causing risks that harm others. Again this brings us to decentralization by a system where ...
Author: Alain Bensoussan
Category: Business & Economics
This book provides a perspective on a number of approaches to financial modelling and risk management. It examines both theoretical and practical issues. Theoretically, financial risks models are models of a real and a financial “uncertainty”, based on both common and private information and economic theories defining the rules that financial markets comply to. Financial models are thus challenged by their definitions and by a changing financial system fueled by globalization, technology growth, complexity, regulation and the many factors that contribute to rendering financial processes to be continuously questioned and re-assessed. The underlying mathematical foundations of financial risks models provide future guidelines for risk modeling. The book’s chapters provide selective insights and developments that can contribute to better understand the complexity of financial modelling and its ability to bridge financial theories and their practice. Future Perspectives in Risk Models and Finance begins with an extensive outline by Alain Bensoussan et al. of GLM estimation techniques combined with proofs of fundamental results. Applications to static and dynamic models provide a unified approach to the estimation of nonlinear risk models. A second section is concerned with the definition of risks and their management. In particular, Guegan and Hassani review a number of risk models definition emphasizing the importance of bi-modal distributions for financial regulation. An additional chapter provides a review of stress testing and their implications. Nassim Taleb and Sandis provide an anti-fragility approach based on “skin in the game”. To conclude, Raphael Douady discusses the noncyclical CAR (Capital Adequacy Rule) and their effects of aversion of systemic risks. A third section emphasizes analytic financial modelling approaches and techniques. Tapiero and Vallois provide an overview of mathematical systems and their use in financial modeling. These systems span the fundamental Arrow-Debreu framework underlying financial models of complete markets and subsequently, mathematical systems departing from this framework but yet generalizing their approach to dynamic financial models. Explicitly, models based on fractional calculus, on persistence (short memory) and on entropy-based non-extensiveness. Applications of these models are used to define a modeling approach to incomplete financial models and their potential use as a “measure of incompleteness”. Subsequently Bianchi and Pianese provide an extensive overview of multi-fractional models and their important applications to Asset price modeling. Finally, Tapiero and Jinquyi consider the binomial pricing model by discussing the effects of memory on the pricing of asset prices.
Vulnerability is the risk context. The degree of a harm system at risk, the frequency of a hazardous incident. “As a potential for loss,” with two sides: The shocks and perturbations from outside exposure, and the ability or lack of ...
Author: Paolo Paron
Publisher: Academic Press
Hydro-Meteorological Hazards, Risks, and Disasters provides an integrated look at major atmospheric disasters that have had and continue to have major implications for many of the world’s people, such as floods and droughts. . This volume takes a geoscientific approach to the topic, while also covering current thinking about some directly relevant social scientific issues that can affect lives and property. Hydro-Meteorological Hazards, Risks, and Disasters also contains new insights about how climate change affects hazardous processes. For the first time, information on the many diverse topics relevant to professionals is aggregated into one volume. Contains contributions from experts in the field selected by a world-renowned editorial board Cutting-edge discussion of natural hazard topics that affect the lives and livelihoods of millions of humans worldwide Numerous full-color tables, GIS maps, diagrams, illustrations, and photographs of hazardous processes in action
Given the inevitable pressure to bail out financial systems, a reasonably functioning regulatory system which investors could trust was also essential. Wealthy nations are now at risk of failing, in varying degrees, on all these points.
Author: Wing Thye Woo
Publisher: World Scientific
Category: Business & Economics
Financial Systems at the Crossroads: Lessons for China is written by leading financial experts to study the causes of financial disasters internationally. The research team is drawn from the global research networks of three leading universities: the Antai College of Economics and Management at Shanghai Jiao Tong University, the School of Economics at Fudan University, and the Earth Institute at Columbia University. This review volume identifies the regulatory framework to guide the emergence of efficient financial institutions that are prudent; and to specify the required institutional mechanisms to prevent and resolve systemic collapse. It examines the specific circumstances of China to come up with a comprehensive agenda to reform China's financial sector. It provides in-depth analysis of China's financial industry to show its future evolution and offers lessons for developing a financial system that is efficient, innovative and resilient. Contents:Analytical Overview:Mobilizing China's Financial Sector Efficiently and Safely for Sustaining Economic Transformation and Strengthening Global Financial Stability (Yingli Pan, Jeffrey D Sachs, Wing Thye Woo and John Qi Zhu)Understanding the Important Lessons from the International Experience:Wall Street Lawlessness (Jeffrey D Sachs)Systemic Lack of Prudence in Wealthy Nations: Avoiding the Dark Side of Financial Development (Peter Boone and Simon Johnson)Lessons from the Financial Liberalization in the Nordic Countries in the 1980s (Seppo Honkapohja)Asian Financial Markets and Financial Internationalization in China (Kiyohiko G Nishimura)Tokyo's Ultimately Failed Bid for First Tier International Financial Centre Status: Why Did It Fall Short and What are the Lessons for Shanghai? (Huw McKay)Designing the Right Financial System for China:The Great Accommodation: Chinese Central Banking in the New Millennium (Junhui Qian and Wing Thye Woo)The Structural Friction in China's Banking System: Causes, Measurement and Solutions (Hongzhong Liu and Tai Qin)Credit Rationing, Bank Bailouts, and the Deleterious Impact of Credit: Evidence from China (Jean Louis Arcand)The Options for Reforming the Renminbi Exchange Rate Regime (Xinru Wu, Yingli Pan, Zhichao Zhang, Jing Nie and Si Zhou)The Internationalization of the Renminbi is in Accordance with China's National Interests and Global Responsibilities (Yingli Pan, Yingfeng Xu and Jun Wu)Reforming China's Rural Financial Market (Xi Zhu) Readership: Graduate students and researchers in financial industry, financial analysts and China-watchers. Keywords:Financial Systems;Chinese Economy;US Economy;Financial Development;Nordic Countries;China Central Banking;Renminbi Exchange RateKey Features:Written by leading financial experts from the global research networks of Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Fudan University and Columbia UniversityStudies the causes of financial disasters internationallyExamines the specific circumstances of China to come up with a comprehensive agenda to reform China's financial sectorProvides in-depth analysis of China's financial industry to show its future evolutionOffers lessons for developing a financial system that is efficient, innovative and resilient
141) stresses: “It is clear that the problems are more than can be handled adequately by education systems working alone: a coherent, systems orientation is needed. The implication of such an approach requires the development of new ...
Publisher: OECD Publishing
This book examines the necessity to provide greater co-ordination among family and educational services, to improve their efficiency and effectiveness and to provide a seamless support to meet the holistic needs of students and their families.
At the latter level, and even more so when interinstitutional transactions are involved, personal responsibility and accountability again evaporate, and rights are given to the system to acquire the knowledge it needs for risk ...
Author: Richard Victor Ericson
Publisher: OUP Oxford
Category: Community policing
The focus of this book is the policing of modern society and the risks involved. It explores various issues and factors effecting policing communities, particularly communication and police organization.
Douglas illustrates how the category of risk operates as a key part of the classification system in contemporary ... The ways in which some practices or groups or places are constructed as 'risky' or 'at risk' inevitably involve ...
Author: Mark Cieslik
Category: Social Science
This title was first published in 2002: Loosely divided into two sections, this book's first part includes chapters which explore young people's identities and youth cultures in relation to issues such as drug use, education and dance music. In various ways, the authors examine whether there is a need to rethink the existing theories and concepts which have informed the study of youth cultures and identities. The second part to the volume is concerned with how young people experience "transtitions", in relation to such topics as employment, sexuality, and household formation. The chapters also raise theoretical questions on the usefulness of the transition concept in late modernity, illustrating how the reshaping of key institutions in late modernity has had a profound effect on the sorts of transitions young people make today. In addressing such issues the authors examine the potential contribution that concepts around risk and risk society and new Third Way social policy initiatives can have to contemporary youth studies.
Release on 2009 | by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Financial Services
institutions whose failure would put the entire financial system at risk . The proposed reform would help avert cases like Lehman Brothers , whose failure brought the financial system to the edge of collapse last fall .
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Financial Services
Furthermore, ideas for increasing the reusability of the risk analysis and security testing artifacts are ... Implementing the described methodology in a tool in order to make it practically applicable for large scale systems for which ...
Author: Tiziana Margaria
The two-volume set LNCS 8802 and LNCS 8803 constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on Leveraging Applications of Formal Methods, Verification and Validation, ISoLA 2014, held in Imperial, Corfu, Greece, in October 2014. The total of 67 full papers was carefully reviewed and selected for inclusion in the proceedings. Featuring a track introduction to each section, the papers are organized in topical sections named: evolving critical systems; rigorous engineering of autonomic ensembles; automata learning; formal methods and analysis in software product line engineering; model-based code generators and compilers; engineering virtualized systems; statistical model checking; risk-based testing; medical cyber-physical systems; scientific workflows; evaluation and reproducibility of program analysis; processes and data integration in the networked healthcare; semantic heterogeneity in the formal development of complex systems. In addition, part I contains a tutorial on automata learning in practice; as well as the preliminary manifesto to the LNCS Transactions on the Foundations for Mastering Change with several position papers. Part II contains information on the industrial track and the doctoral symposium and poster session.
204 with severe shortages of training places offered through the dual system. At present, shortages are particularly common in the new L ̈ander. While, in 1980, less than 500 apprenticeships were offered through the programme, ...
Publisher: OECD Publishing
With 15-30% of our children and youth at risk of failing in school, increasing the co-ordination of education, health and social services is seen as part of the solution. This book shows how it is being done in Australia, Canada, Finland, Germany, the Netherlands, Portugal, and the United States.
Release on 1993 | by National Council on Disability (U.S.)
A DISABILITY PERSPECTIVE ON HEALTH INSURANCE “ ... the health insurance system in this nation should be founded on the principle of sharing risk , not on the principle of avoiding risk . We are all at risk : the risk of developing a ...
Release on 1992 | by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations. Subcommittee on the Treasury, Postal Service, and General Government Appropriations
STRENGTHENING MANAGEMENT AND ACCOUNTABILITY Part One - 335 DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE Investment to Correct Hizh Risk ( In ... At risk : $ 50-60M in acceptance of new systems to a single NOAA potential cost overruns if management office ...
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations. Subcommittee on the Treasury, Postal Service, and General Government Appropriations