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Business risk management in government: pitfalls and possibilities

By Robert Baldwin, Christopher Hood, Henry Rothstein, Bridget M. Hutter and Michael Power


Business risk management, taking a variety of forms, has been a growth point in corporate management in recent years. That change in emphasis is said to stem from responses to high-profile disasters like Bhopal and Exxon Valdez, increasing legal and regulatory pressure on risk management and a search for new approaches to formulating corporate strategy..

Topics: HG Finance
Publisher: London School of Economics and Political Science
Year: 2000
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