Interviews und Berichte

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    Integriertes Risk Management
    Integriertes Risk Management und seine Vorteile, resp. Nachteile und Beispiele
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    Finanzmarkt-Risiken und Auswirkungen des Leverage-Effektes mit Krediten zu Spekulationszwecke
    Systemic financial risk: agent based models to understand the leverage cycle on national scales and its consequences.
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    RISK MANAGEMENT & CORPORATE GOVERNANCE
    This paper portrays a picture of Corporate Governance in The United Kingdom, the United States of America and France in the banking sector being severely challenged in an extreme Financial Crisis that has seen household banking names run into trouble, some to fail and others to be taken into various degrees of national ownership. Corporate Governance is stretched to the extent that it is distressed and has been unable to cope with the demands placed on it.
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    Future Global Shocks: Pandemics
    This report was prepared by Harvey Rubin as a contribution to the OECD project “Future Global Shocks”. The opinions expressed and arguments employed herein are those of the author, and do not necessarily reflect the official views of the OECD or of the governments of its member countries.
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    Geomagnetic Storms
    Englisch Geomagnetische Stürme, wachsendes Risikopotential wegen globaler Zunahme der Elektronik und Eroberung des Weltalls.
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    OECD/IFP “Future Global Shocks” social unrest
    This report was written by Ortwin Renn, Aleksandar Jovanovic and Regina Schröter as a contribution to the OECD project “Future Global Shocks”. The opinions expressed and arguments employed herein are those of the authors, and do not necessarily reflect the official views of the Organisation or of the governments of its member countries.
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    Reducing Systemic Cybersecurity Risk
    The authors have concluded that very few single cyber-related events have the capacity to cause a global shock. Governments nevertheless need to make detailed preparations to withstand and recover from a wide range of unwanted cyber events, both accidental and deliberate. There are significant and growing risks of localised misery and loss as a result of compromise of computer and telecommunications services. In addition, reliable Internet and other computer facilities are essential in recovering from most other large-scale disasters. OECD Bericht
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