An Iconoclastic View of Risk

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The author challenges four “icons” that have grown insidiously and perniciously within the discipline of risk management: first, that “risk” is bad; second, that the primary goal of risk management is to benefit shareholders; third, that risk management is the responsibility of specialists; and, fourth, that risk can be transferred.

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