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Corporate Risk Management in Emerging Markets

Textbook 2016 42 Pages

Business economics - Business Management, Corporate Governance

Summary

Managing risks is essential for corporations and has a tremendous impact on their performance. However, doing it sufficiently can be challenging, especially in Emerging Markets (EMs). Due to its underdeveloped environment, corporations often face enormous difficulties while managing risk in these countries. The purpose of this study is to outline the issues and differences of corporate risk management in emerging economies compared to Developed Markets (DMs). After a short introduction, the second chapter describes risk management in DMs and gives an overview of common corporate risks. The third chapter characterizes EMs and details its risk management. In that connection, the focus lies on (1) the risk management process, (2) the measurement of risk and (3) the tools and techniques to mitigate risks in EMs. Conclusively, the study summarizes the main factors for corporations that are fundamental for managing risks in EMs effectively.

Details

Pages
42
Type of Edition
Erstausgabe
Year
2016
ISBN (eBook)
9783960675785
ISBN (Book)
9783960670780
File size
1.2 MB
Language
English
Catalog Number
v339624
Institution / College
European University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder)
Grade
1,7
Tags
risk management corporate risk corporate exposure currency risk emerging economies political risk risk mitigation risk measurement emerging market

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