Globalization and Economic Crisis – Consequences in the Banking Portfolio Management
In contemporary society, a society considered as competition and demand sophisticated, all human activities take place under conditions of risk. Insufficient knowledge of the risks, poor estimation or lack of protection against the effects of potential risks that may be induced, directly affect the results of the economic activities of organizations. Currently, in the context of globalization a process defining the period that our society is passing the risk becomes crucial importance for all areas of economic and social life and mainly for the business world. In so far as, larger corporate and governmental decisions and actions are part of people's lives in a world characterized by probability and uncertainty.
Volume (Year): 5 (2013)
Issue (Month): 4 (December)
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