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Practical Risk-Adjusted Performance Measurement - Carl Bacon

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By documenting, with appropriate referencing, many of the ex-post risk measures in a structured format, filling gaps, encouraging consistency, suggesting new measures and highlighting possible areas of confusion or misrepresentation, this book is the ideal practitioners practical guide to ex-post performance measurement techniques.
Uploaded by wiley_publishing on 09/05/2012
Digital publication details: 8 pages.

Urban Risk Assessments: Understanding Disaster and Climate Risk in Cities

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This book presents a framework, the Urban Risk Assessment, for assessing disaster and climate risk in cities which is intended to assist in decision-making, urban planning, and designing risk management programs. The approach seeks to strengthen coherence and consensus within and across cities in understanding and planning for risk from natural disasters and climate change. The target audience for this book includes policy makers, urban practitioners and technical staff, and international organizations.
Uploaded by world.bank.publications on 06/27/2012
Digital publication details: 275 pages.

Old Risks-New Solutions, or Is It the Other Way Around?

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Old Risks – New Solutions, Or Is It The Other Way Around is the latest book in a series based on the MIGA – Georgetown University Symposium on International Political Risk Management. The Symposium has traditionally brought together almost 200 senior practitioners from the political risk insurance (PRI) industry, including investors, insurers, brokers, lenders, academics and members of the legal community. This volume reflects the key issues which have faced investors and insurers alike including arbitration and a dynamically evolving marketplace.Contributors to this volume reflect on the evolution of the PRI industry during a period of dramatic changes in the marketplace. Not only has the crisis had a tremendous impact on the volume of investment projects, particularly into developing countries, but also on the perception of risk and claims management.
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Digital publication details: 131 pages.

URMIA White Paper: Measuring the Total Cost of Risk

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The purpose of this white paper, published in November 2008, is to help a risk manager build a simple foundation of knowledge about his or her university's total cost of risk (TCOR). The concepts and techniques presented here are intended to be broadly applicable, regardless of the size and segment an institution occupies within the realm of higher education. The cost of risk for an organization should be compared against both the benefits of the organization’s activities and the overall costs of running the entire organization. Cost of risk includes not only insurance premiums but also the cost of uninsured losses and administrative costs of risk management, such as salaries and overhead costs. Careful calculation of the cost of risk allows the institution to compare its own cost of risk data from year to year and assess the progress and success of its risk management program.
Uploaded by urmia on 10/31/2008
Digital publication details: 37 pages.

Strong, Safe, and Resilient

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Disaster risk management is essential in the fight against poverty. Disasters can, in an instant, wipe out decades of hard-fought poverty reduction and development gains and push countless households into poverty. Disasters disproportionally affect the poor: Vulnerable and marginalized groups, including women, children, the elderly, and people with disabilities, are at particular risk. East Asia and the Pacific is the most disaster-stricken region in the world, suffering from small recurrent as well as rare high-impact events. East Asia is rapidly urbanizing, and cities are becoming disaster hotspots. Unplanned or poorly planned urbanization, which puts more people and assets in harm’s way, is the single largest driver of disaster risk.
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Digital publication details: 205 pages.

IT Risk Management: A Capability Maturity Model Perspective

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Abstract: Understanding the value derived from IT investments and IT enabled operational improvements is difficult, and has been a subject of research and debate among ICT practitioners and academics for many years. This is particularly so because innovat ive technological developments have supported transformative changes in organizational operational activities. Research continues to investigate approaches to not only understanding the value derived by IT but also to optimizing this value. One of the key aspects of optimizing IT-driven value is the requirement to effectively manage risk. The continual evolution of the IT risk landscape requires effective Risk Management (RM) practices for all IT risk areas, such as, but not limited to security, investm ents, service contracts, data protection and information privacy. Effectively managing these risk areas pose specific concerns from the perspective of Chief Information Officers (CIOs) and Chief Risk Officers (CROs). Hence,...
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Digital publication details: 11 pages.

Risk & Quantitative Finance_Global Catalogue

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Welcome to Wiley, information providers for professionals and academics in all sectors of market risk, modelling and quantitative finance. Whether you want to keep abreast of financial modelling, understand quantitative finance or manage your risk strategies better, you’ll find everything that you need right here. Wiley Finance… The risk stops here!
Uploaded by lori_boulton on 11/17/2010
Digital publication details: 24 pages.

Land and Natural Disasters: Guidance for Practitioners

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The Guidelines provide a holistic approach to addressing land issues from the immediate aftermath of a natural disaster through early recovery and reconstruction phases. It is targeted at humanitarians and land professionals, as well as government officials. The Guidelines take an inter-disciplinary approach to land, one that also brings together humanitarian emergency relief and early recovery perspectives. Throughout the text, readers will find many short cases illustrating practical aspects of bringing land issues into the post-disaster recovery process. Tools and other useful references are also included. The information provided in these Guidelines will be of interest and use to anyone directly working to support rapid yet sustainable recovery of human settlements following a natural disaster. The Guidelines were produced through a partnership between UN-HABITAT, the Global Land Tool Network (GLTN), FAO and the Early Recovery Cluster.
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Digital publication details: 144 pages.

Compliance Solutions for Small Medical Practitioners

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Even as Small Medical Practices (SMP) are comprehending the importance of compliance, there are many such practitioners who have taken it upon themselves to understand the requirements of compliance in its true essence; so much so that some of them have gone ahead and hired compliance consultants.
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Digital publication details: 1 pages.

Building Urban Resilience

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Resilience is the ability of a system, community, or society exposed to hazards to resist, absorb, accommodate to, and recover from the effects of a hazard in a timely and efficient manner. Resilience in the context of cities translates into a new paradigm for urbanization, and forms base for a new understanding how to manage hazards and urban development. In the next decades, the major driver of the increasing damages and losses from disasters will be the growth of people and assets in harm’s way, especially in urban areas. Often lacking resources, infrastructure, services and the capacity to manage the increase in population, small cities could face heavy losses of life and property due to disasters, unless proactive measures are mainstreamed into governance and planning.
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Digital publication details: 210 pages.
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