The book deals with risk culture in the banking sector. We adopted a broad and thorough perspective, based on the academic research and field experience carried out by a large group of authors. All of them were involved for a long time in exploring the topics examined in this volume, which were also discussed at international level in academic and professional conferences and seminars. The book is divided into two parts. Part I, “General view: theory and tools”, is dedicated to the theoretical grounds of risk culture and the tools aimed at assessing and measuring it. The second part of the book, “Good practices, experiences, field & empirical studies”, includes a set of relevant contributions on risk culture focused on the individual business areas, measurement techniques, and categories of risk.

Risk Culture in Banking / Carretta, Alessandro; Schwizer, P.; Fiordelisi, F.. - (2017), pp. 1-436.

Risk Culture in Banking

Schwizer P.;
2017

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The book deals with risk culture in the banking sector. We adopted a broad and thorough perspective, based on the academic research and field experience carried out by a large group of authors. All of them were involved for a long time in exploring the topics examined in this volume, which were also discussed at international level in academic and professional conferences and seminars. The book is divided into two parts. Part I, “General view: theory and tools”, is dedicated to the theoretical grounds of risk culture and the tools aimed at assessing and measuring it. The second part of the book, “Good practices, experiences, field & empirical studies”, includes a set of relevant contributions on risk culture focused on the individual business areas, measurement techniques, and categories of risk.
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