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An introductory study of the nature of risk and risk-management and their effects on a commercial enterprise. The material to be covered will include: the goals of risk management, procedures to be used in the identification and measurement of risk (including probability analysis of data and facilities), a review of risk-management mechanisms and procedures, and the selection and implementation of these risk-management techniques. Prerequisites: FIN 3310.
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