Risk Management and Risk Psychology in Romanian Sme’s
Alexandra Irina Dănciulescu ()
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Alexandra Irina Dănciulescu: Romanian- American University, Romania
Manager Journal, 2015, vol. 22, issue 1, pages 44-54
Risk is one of the biggest and most fascinating challenges of all times for humanity, because of its presence in all fields. Risk management as a component of modern management, has become a main concern for the modern world and one of the “key mechanisms” of economic development, a complex processn that includes a series of activities meant to alleviate the impact of risk over business and planed or foreseen results. This paper wants to bring to attention the importance of risks and their management in today’s economic crisis. The sector presented is the IT& C, especially software, because Romania had a growth in this area for a few years but beginning the crisis this segment in economy had known a serious decrease. This paper tries to connect risk management and risk psychology to Romanian economy, culture and mentality. The paper presents in short some of risk management characteristics, definitions and few opinions; why in Romania this subject is not treated with the appropriate attention. The paper at hand focuses on the psychology of risk and how it affects the life of individuals and the existence of companies, the importance it should have on day to day basis, especially in Romania
Keywords: risk management; risk psychology; IT industry; SME’s (small and medium enterprises); emerging market; and global crisis (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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