Who Reads What Most Often? A Survey of Enterprise Risk Management Literature Read by Risk Executives
Fraser, John R. S., Schoening-Thiessen, Karen, Simkins, Betty J., Journal of Applied Finance
This study provides the results of a survey on the most important risk literature read by executives working in the area of enterprise risk management, and it highlights excellent opportunities for academics to closely collaborate with practitioners to conduct research in these key areas of need. We discuss problems and challenges risk executives have encountered that were not addressed in the literature. Overall, the key findings of our survey are as follows: First, surprisingly, COSO (Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission) was not considered a key source of information and guidance. Second, major challenges still remain for new implementers. Third, much more …
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Publication information: Article title: Who Reads What Most Often? A Survey of Enterprise Risk Management Literature Read by Risk Executives. Contributors: Fraser, John R. S. - Author, Schoening-Thiessen, Karen - Author, Simkins, Betty J. - Author. Journal title: Journal of Applied Finance. Volume: 18. Issue: 1 Publication date: Spring 2008. Page number: 73+. © Financial Management Association Spring 2008. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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