A strategic risk.
A financial risk.
Both a hazard risk and an operational risk.
Both a hazard risk and a financial risk.
A pure risk is a chance of loss or no loss but no chance of gain.
Usually pure risks and speculative risks can be managed using the same techniques.
Insurance deals primarily with speculative risk rather than with pure risk.
Risk classifications are mutually exclusive and only one can be applied to any given risk.
Pure and speculative risks.
The source of risk and who has traditionally managed it.
Subjective and objective risks.
The determination of whether the risk is diversifiable.
The two new trucks
The new production machine
The warehouse refurbishment
The software upgrade
Pure risks may sometimes be desirable.
A pure risk is a chance of loss or no loss or a chance of gain.
Financial investments typically involve pure risk.
Every business venture involves speculative risks.
Subjective risk can exist even where objective risk does not.
Subjective risk is risk associated with individuals; objective risk is risk associated with objects or things.
Risk managers focus on objective risk and attempt to avoid allowing subjective risk to affect their decisions.
Individuals' subjective perception of risk in a given set of circumstances is typically much higher than the objective risk.
Individuals and organizations vary greatly as to how much residual uncertainty they are willing to accept and this benefits society and the economy.
The cost of residual uncertainty includes the cost of any insurance policies purchased to cover losses not treated by other risk management techniques.
For organizations the cost of residual uncertainty is limited to the effect that uncertainty has on the organization itself.
The cost of residual uncertainty can be calculated by subtracting the expected cost of losses or gains from an organization's cost of risk.
Medical costs paid to Adam
Time lost by customers who witnessed the accident
Time lost by employees who witnessed the accident
Wages paid to Adam while he is unable to work
It is the difference between estimated subjective risk and calculated objective risk.
It is uncertainty regarding the value of any residual salvage that would remain after a loss.
It is the amount invested in risk management in order to eliminate concern.
It is the level of risk that remains after implementing risk management plans.
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