LSE sets up centre to examine life's risks

December 10, 1999

The London School of Economics launched an interdisciplinary centre for the analysis of risk and regulation yesterday.

Carr, which will investigate issues of risk in all aspects of everyday life from commuting by train to eating beef or having a mortgage, has received more than Pounds 10 million funding from public and private sector organisations.

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