Krause, Andrea, "Risk ,Management"
Publisher: Emerald | 2006-11-9 | ISBN: 1846631025 | PDF | 86 pages | 1.4 MB
Over the last couple of years, risk management has gained an ever increasing prominence in the finance literature with attention being paid by academics, practitioners and regulators alike. Although the vast majority of research and regulation focuses on the financial sector, particularly in light of the new Basle Accord on Capital Adequacy for banks, there have also been some attempts to increase the awareness of risk management in non-financial firms, such as the Turnbull Report in Great Britain and some voluntary codes of practice. Notwithstanding such attempts the level of understanding in non-financial firms is in most cases very partial, a coherent thinking about risk management is deficient and priorities are clearly set on other aspects. While there are many readily accessible books on the principles of good risk management available to readers of all backgrounds, their contents often focuses on the financial sector and is in many instances not easily transferable outside the sector. This special edition on risk management seeks to introduce the reader to some aspects of risk management that has not received much prominence in the literature, particularly for non-financial firms. The first article by Renate Schubert addresses the
fact that men and women have different abilities in analyzing and managing risk; it is argued that men have a superior ability to conduct risk analysis and women to carry out integrated risk management and communication. By combining the strengths of both genders companies could seek to optimize the firm value.
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