Developing Risk Management as a Competitive Capability

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Silva, E. ; Wu, Y. ; Ojiako, U. (2013)

At the level of the firm, three major parameters are found to influence the ability of SMEs to develop risk management competencies; these are enterprise risk management, internal control, and risk culture.
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