AbstractA paper for the ‘Management of Risks in Engineering’ seminar on ‘Risks, Vulnerabilities and Exposures in Transport (air, space, sea and land)’ organised by the Association Internationale pour I ‘Etude de I ‘Economie de I’ Assurance, Munich, October 21--22, 2002.
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