Author Archives: Lee Coppack

Global Risks Report: making the global into local

Global Risks Report: making the global into local

The Global Risks Report, now in its 13th edition, has become the vehicle for an international discussion of risk linked to the Davos World Economic Forum (WEF) the following week. Its findings in 2018 are generally unsurprising. The overall picture is of increasing uncertainty, especially related to the natural environment and conflict, with somewhat reducedRead more

Is Regulation of Risk Culture the Missing Piece?

Is Regulation of Risk Culture the Missing Piece?

Greater use of civil and administrative sanctions will steer good corporate behaviour more effectively than prescribed risk culture as a regulatory tool divorced from business relevance, say Dr Michelle Tuveson and Professor Danny Ralph, Directors of the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies. Their paper “Is Regulation of Risk Culture the Missing Piece? Civil Actions Reconsidered”Read more

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