The Known, the Unknown, and the Unknowable in Financial Risk Management: Measurement and Theory Advancing Practice

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Ashok Bardhan is a Senior Research Associate at the Fisher Center for Real Estate and Urban Economics, Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley. He has an MS in physics and mathematics from Moscow, Russia, an MPhil in international relations from New Delhi, India, and a Ph.D. in economics from UC Berkeley. His work experience has involved stints with the Reserve Bank of India and the Bhabha Atomic Research Center, Bombay, and as a foreign trade consultant. His recent research includes papers on the impact of global financial integration on real estate; housing finance and real estate in emerging economies; business process outsourcing and offshoring of R&D; management challenges of globalization of innovative activity; on US labor markets and external shocks; co-authorship of a book, Globalization and a High-Tech Economy: California, U.S. and Beyond; and the impact of the Internet on real estate. His current research projects include the impact of global capital flows on U.S. interest rates, and global sourcing and urban agglomerations.

Daniel Borge is a risk management consultant, an advisor to Oliver Wyman, and the author of The Book of Risk (Wiley). He was a senior managing director and head of corporate strategy for Bankers Trust, where he was the principal designer of RAROC, the first enterprise risk management system used in the financial industry. He is co-author, with Charles Sanford, of “The Risk Management Revolution,” published in Proceedings of Symposia in Pure Mathematics, Volume 60 (American Mathematics Society, 1997); co-author, with Eleanor Bloxham, of “Enterprise Risk Management: What Directors Need to Know Now,” Corporate Board Member (February 27, 2007); and author of “Risk Management and the CFO: A Risk or an Opportunity?,” Corporate Finance Review (January/February 2006).

Charles N. Bralver is executive director of the International Business Center at the Fletcher School of Tufts University. He is responsible for the Master of International Business program and the affiliated Center for Emerging Markets Enterprises. Previously, Bralver was a founding partner of Oliver, Wyman & Co., managing director for Europe and vice chairman, and head of the firm's Strategic Finance practice. During this time he led strategy and risk management work in all major financial sectors for investment and commercial banks,

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