Second Opinions on
  1. Ben-Haim (2001, 2006): Info-Gap Decision Theory: decisions under severe uncertainty.
  2. Regan et al (2005): Robust decision-making under severe uncertainty for conservation management.
  3. Moilanen et al (2006): Planning for robust reserve networks using uncertainty analysis.
  4. Burgman (2008): Shakespeare, Wald and decision making under severe uncertainty.
  5. Ben-Haim and Demertzis (2008): Confidence in monetary policy.
  6. Hall and Harvey (2009): Decision making under severe uncertainty for flood risk management: a case study of info-gap robustness analysis.
  7. Ben-Haim (2009): Info-gap forecasting and the advantage of sub-optimal models.
  8. Yokomizo et al (2009): Managing the impact of invasive species: the value of knowing the density-impact curve.
  9. Davidovitch et al (2009): Info-gap theory and robust design of surveillance for invasive species: The case study of Barrow Island.
  10. Ben-Haim et al (2009): Do we know how to set decision thresholds for diabetes?
  11. Beresford and Thompson (2009): An info-gap approach to managing portfolios of assets with uncertain returns.
  12. Ben-Haim, Dacso, Carrasco, and Rajan (2009): Heterogeneous uncertainties in cholesterol management.
  13. Rout, Thompson, and McCarthy (2009): Robust decisions for declaring eradication of invasive species.
  14. Ben-Haim (2010): Info-Gap Economics: An Operational Introduction.
  15. Hine and Hall (2010): Information gap analysis of flood model uncertainties and regional frequency analysis.
  16. Ben-Haim (2010): Interpreting Null Results from Measurements with Uncertain Correlations: An Info-Gap Approach
  17. Wintle et al. (2010): Allocating monitoring effort in the face of unknown unknowns
  18. Moffitt et al. (2010): Securing the Border from Invasives: Robust Inspections under Severe Uncertainty
  19. Yemshanov et al. (2010): Robustness of Risk Maps and Survey Networks to Knowledge Gaps About a New Invasive Pest
  20. Davidovitch and Ben-Haim (2010): Robust satisficing voting: why are uncertain voters biased towards sincerity?
  21. Schwartz et al. (2010): What Makes a Good Decision? Robust Satisficing as a Normative Standard of Rational Decision Making
  22. Arkadeb Ghosal et al. (2010): Computing Robustness of FlexRay Schedules to Uncertainties in Design Parameters
  23. Hemez et al. (2002): Info-gap robustness for the correlation of tests and simulations of a non-linear transient
  24. Hemez et al. (2003): Applying information-gap reasoning to the predictive accuracy assessment of transient dynamics simulations
  25. Hemez, F.M. and Ben-Haim, Y. (2004): Info-gap robustness for the correlation of tests and simulations of a non-linear transient
  26. Ben-Haim, Y. (2007): Frequently asked questions about info-gap decision theory
  27. Sprenger, J. (2011): The Precautionary Approach and the Role of Scientists in Environmental Decision-Making
  28. Sprenger, J. (2011): Precaution with the Precautionary Principle: How does it help in making decisions
  29. Hall et al. (2011) : Robust climate policies under uncertainty: A comparison of Info-0…2©\Gap and RDM methods
  30. Ben-Haim and Cogan (2011) : Linear bounds on an uncertain non-linear oscillator: an info-gap approach
  31. Van der Burg and Tyre (2011) : Integrating info-gap decision theory with robust population management: a case study using the Mountain Plover
  32. Hildebrandt and Knoke (2011) : Investment decisions under uncertainty — A methodological review on forest science studies.
  33. Wintle et al. (2011): Ecological¨Ceconomic optimization of biodiversity conservation under climate change.
  34. Ranger et al. (2010): Adaptation in the UK: a decision-making process.

For the benefit of those who blindly trust the peer review process, we provide a selection of “second opinions” on publications, most of which were published in peer-reviewed journals.

At present this compilation consists of more than 34 reviews of info-gap publications. They are located at the old site of the info-gap campaign.

For a comprehensive critique of info-gap decision theory, have a look at my recent 200-page report.

Alternatively, you may prefer to read the Scientist Magazine.

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