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  • Page 2 and 3: EditorsAdrian Curaj & Katja PookAut
  • Page 4 and 5: ForewordTen years after the first i
  • Page 6 and 7: List of contentsWhat can be expecte
  • Page 8 and 9: Category Reg.2: Political environme
  • Page 10 and 11: Jobs.2.7: Spending on HR by type of
  • Page 12 and 13: Eco.4.2: Initiatives to reduce poll
  • Page 14 and 15: TempEco.Int: Interview GuidelineTem
  • Page 16 and 17: Assessing RIs in Europe - the polic
  • Page 18 and 19: A simple, but important distinction
  • Page 20 and 21: The role of RIs beyond scientific i
  • Page 22 and 23: • A structured exploration of the
  • Page 24 and 25: Figure 1: Roles and an example of t
  • Page 26 and 27: FenRIAM consists of eight modules c
  • Page 28 and 29: try or the European Union as whole.
  • Page 30 and 31: Scoping - UC3The two most important
  • Page 32 and 33: Scoping - UC5The ex-ante estimation
  • Page 34 and 35: Category RI.1: Scientific Backgroun
  • Page 36 and 37: RI.1.2: Key scientific fields for u
  • Page 38 and 39: Category RI.2: Technical Performanc
  • Page 40 and 41: RI.2.2: Technical performance of th
  • Page 42 and 43: Category RI.3: Competing and Comple
  • Page 44 and 45: RI.3.2: Planned facilities of the s
  • Page 46 and 47: Category RI.4: Investor Consortium
  • Page 48 and 49: RI.4.2: Facility SiteRelevance:The
  • Page 50 and 51: RI.4.4: Motivations and expectation
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    Category RI.5: Project Budget and C

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    RI.5.2: Available construction fund

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    RI.5.4: Available operation funds a

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    Category RI.6: Scientific Activitie

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    RI.6.2: R&D strategy and strategic

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    RI.6.4: Strategy and resources for

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    RI.6.6: Strategy and resources for

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    Category RI.7: Procurement and Sale

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    RI.7.2: Procurement process and pro

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    RI.7.4: Industrial sectors and mark

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    Category RI.8: Public RelationsHow

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    Category RI.9: Human ResourcesHow w

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    RI.9.2: HR planning and recruitment

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    RI.9.4: Mean salary level by occupa

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    Module Regio - Regional ProfileDivi

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    Reg.1.1: Centrality, borders, and c

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    Category Reg.2: Political environme

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    Reg.2.2: Administrative organisatio

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    Category Reg.3: Legal framework con

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    Reg.3.2: Effectiveness/efficiency o

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    Reg.3.4: Taxation and feesRelevance

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    Reg.4.1: IT infrastructures and ser

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    Reg.4.3: General suppliesRelevance:

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    Category Reg.5: Labour marketWhat a

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    Reg.5.2: Wages, pension policyRelev

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    Category Reg.6: Regional economyWha

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    Reg.6.2: Economic performance and c

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    Reg.7.1: Existing research faciliti

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    Reg.7.3: Educational systemRelevanc

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    Figure 8: The RI impact as a differ

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    System Analysis - UC2In the case of

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    Suggested procedure for success sce

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    Figure 10. The RI impact as differe

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    System Analysis - UC4In the case of

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    Impact AssessmentModule S+T: Scienc

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    S+T.1.1: Services and opportunities

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    S+T.1.3: Access and maintenance tim

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    S+T.1.5: Monetary value of offered

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    S+T.2.1: Publications (all types)Re

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    S+T.2.3: New standards and procedur

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    Category S+T.3: Innovation OutcomeH

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    S+T.3.2: Instruments and productsRe

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    Category S+T.4: Networking & Collab

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    S+T.4.2: Research contracts & proje

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    S+T.4.4: Organised scientific event

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    S+T.4.6: Major networks with indust

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    Category S+T.5: Impact on Suppliers

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    S+T.5.3: High-tech contracts and ut

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    S+T.5.5: Low-tech contractsRelevanc

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    Category S+T.6: More impacts on fir

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    S+T.6.2: Customers and contractsRel

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    S+T.6.4: RevenuesRelevance:This ind

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    S+T.6.6: Scientific papers cited in

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    Module Jobs: Work & PopulationModul

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    Jobs.1.1: Generated economic effect

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    Jobs.2.1: HR by occupation category

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    Jobs.2.3: Recruitment markets by oc

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    Jobs.2.5: Type of contract by gende

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    Jobs.2.7: Spending on HR by type of

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    Category Jobs.3: Indirectly Created

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    Jobs.3.2: Jobs created in spin-offs

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    Category Jobs.4: Training of Studen

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    Jobs.4.2: Nationality of trained st

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    Jobs.4.4: Resources for research tr

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    Jobs.4.6: Events for studentsReleva

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    Category Jobs.5: Training of Scient

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    Jobs.5.2: Scientific and technical

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    Jobs.5.4: Expected impact of scient

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    Jobs.6.1: General training programm

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    Jobs.6.3: Annual Spending on Genera

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    Category Jobs.7: Labour MarketWhat

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    Jobs.7.2: Long-term impact on jobs

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    Jobs.7.4: Long-term impact on salar

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    Category Jobs.8: PopulationWhat is

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    Jobs.8.2: Long-term Impact on Educa

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    Jobs.8.4: Expected population trend

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    Category Life.1: HealthWhich influe

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    Life.1.2: Benefits for societyRelev

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    Life.1.4: Impact on health care wor

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    Category Life.2: EducationHow do ed

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    Life.2.2: Changes of education infr

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    Life.2.4: Challenges on the skills

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    Category Life.3: CultureHow does th

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    Life.3.2: Effects on socio-cultural

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    Life.3.4: Significant additional de

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    Category Life.4: Lifestyle and soci

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    Life.4.2: Development of lifestyle,

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    Life.4.4: Long-term effect on the q

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    Category Eco.1: EnergyWhat energy i

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    Eco.1.2: Specific requirements on t

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    Eco.1.4: Initiatives for a sustaina

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    Category Eco.2: Water & EffluentsWh

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    Eco.2.2: Type, quantity, and effect

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    Eco.2.4: Effects on water supply an

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    Eco. 2.6: New knowledge, methods, t

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    Eco.3.1: Quantity of waste by type

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    Eco.3.3: Type and quantity of handl

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    Eco.3.5: New knowledge, methods, te

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    Eco.4.1: Type, quantity, and effect

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    Eco.4.3: Type, level, and effects o

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    Eco.4.5: Impacts on light and light

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    Category Eco.5: RadiationWhat radia

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    Eco.5.2: Radiation risks, radiation

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    Category Eco.6: Biodiversity & Habi

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    Eco.6.2: Expected impacts of RI act

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    Category Eco.7: Environmental Aware

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    Eco.7.2: Impacts on environmental a

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    Category Risk.1: Financial RisksWhi

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    Risk.1.2: Financial risks for RI co

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    Risk.1.4: Financial risks for RI up

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    Category Risk.2: Public Acceptance

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    Risk.2.2: Risk for a lack of public

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    Risk.3.1: Supply risks for RI const

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    Risk.3.3: Supply risks for RI upgra

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    Category Risk.4: External Risks for

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    Risk.4.2: Geological and hydro-geol

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    Risk.4.4: Data security risksReleva

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    Risk.5.1: Ecological risks during c

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    Risk.5.3: Ecological risks during o

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    Risk.5.5: Ecological risks during u

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    Risk.5.7: Ecological risks during d

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    Alternative ScenariosIn this chapte

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    Preparatory workPrior to the Altern

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    Guidelines for the Alternative Scen

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    Selecting two drivers and building

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    Examining wild cards effectsExamini

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    ReportingThe final report of FenRIA

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    Annex I: Templates for module S+TTh

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    TempS+T.2.1: Selection of data coll

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    TempS+T.3.1: Selection of data coll

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    TempS+T.4.2: Selection of data coll

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    TempS+T.5.2: Selection of data coll

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    TempS+T.6.2: Selection of data coll

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    S+T.1: User ServicesS+T.1.1: Servic

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    S+T.3: InnovationS+T.3.1: Intellect

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    S+T.5: Impacts on SuppliersS+T.5.1:

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    TempS+T.Int: Interview GuidelineQue

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    S+T.3: InnovationsS+T.3.1Question:H

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    S+T.4.6Question:In which major netw

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    S+T.5.4Question:Which further impac

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    S+T.6.5Question:Which major researc

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    Geographical area Host country EU m

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    S+T.3: InnovationNameTypeIPR1S+T.3.

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    Facility scientists as host scienti

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    No. of contracts awarded to low-tec

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    Industrial users and user companies

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    Input-Output Method Step-by-StepInp

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    Annex II: Templates for module EcoT

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    TempEco.2.1: Category Eco.2 - Selec

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    TempEco.4.1: Category Eco.4 - Selec

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    TempEco.6.1: Category Eco.6 - Selec

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    TempEco.Doc: Document Analysis Temp

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    Eco.3: Materials & WasteEco.3.1: Qu

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    Eco.5: RadiationEco.5.1: Type, leve

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    TempEco.Int: Interview GuidelineQue

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    Eco.2.3Question:What are the specif

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    Eco.4: Emissions & NoiseEco.4.1Ques

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    Eco.5.3Question:Are there any new d

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    TempEco.Qu: Questionnaire (Please a

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    Eco.3: Materials and WasteEco.3.1Qu

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    TempRisk.1.1: Selection of data col

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    TempRisk.3.1: Selection of data col

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    TempRisk.5.1: Selection of data col

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    TempRisk.Doc: Document Analysis Tem

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    TempRiskDoc.4.1: External Risks for

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    TempRisk.Int: Interview Guideline (

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    Risk.4: External Risks for the Proj

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    Temp RiskSupp: Interview Support Te

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    RiskScale.2: Severity of EventsThis

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    RiskMatrix: Risk Level DefinitionTh

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