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Rethinking Risk in National Security: Lessons of the Financial Crisis for Risk Management : RAND Corporation , 2016


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From the abstract: "The use of risk as a concept in defense planning, and the use of procedural risk frameworks, have proliferated in the national security field over the last decade. These approaches tend to cluster naturally into a few basic categories—program, force management and operational risk being three common ones. The question, in the context of the experience with risk in the financial crisis, is whether these approaches are likely to improve strategy—or pose a danger to it."

Authors - Mazarr, Michael J.



Mazarr, Michael J.


RAND Corporation

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