Risk Management Trends
by Giancarlo Nota
Publisher: InTech 2011
Number of pages: 266
The book Risk Management Trends offers to both researchers and practitioners new ideas, experiences and research that can be used either to better understand risks in a rapidly changing world or to implement a risk management program in many fields.
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