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When we talk about models of risk assessment, we can talk about two assessment models: the qualitative model and the quantitative model.
The qualitative risk analysis is a process of assessment of the impact of the identified risk factors. Through this process the priorities are determined to solve the potential risk factors, depending on the impact they could have. The definite characteristic of the qualitative model is the use of subjective indexes, such as ordinal hierarchy: low-medium-high, vital-critical-important, bench mark etc.
Through the quantitative risk analysis it is sought to obtain some numerical results that express the probability of each risk factor and its consequences on the objectives of the project, but also the risk on the entire project level. The process uses techniques such as the Monte Carlo method for:
- determining the probability of reaching an objective;
- risk quantification on the entire project’s level and determining the additional cost that could be necessary;
- identifying prioritary risk factors through the quantification of their contribution to the risk index on the level of the entire project;
- identifying some realistic changes of cost and activity plan.

The most common formula for evaluating risk exposure is RE = P x L, where:
- RE = risk exposure
- P = risk probability
- L = loss
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