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Le risque : un modèle conceptuel d'intégration


  • Jean-Grégoire Bernard
  • Benoit A. Aubert
  • Simon Bourdeau
  • Éric Clément
  • Caroline Debuissy
  • Marie-Josée Dumoulin
  • Marc Laberge
  • Nathalie de Marcellis-Warin
  • Ingrid Peignier


The following project report is the first of a sequence which will focus on integrated risk management. This report presents a conceptual model which goal is to define the concept of risk. This conceptual model integrates the definitions of multiple domains having an interest in risk management. With the model, a terminology is proposed. This conceptual model is a foundation upon which it will be possible to exchange methods and measures of risk between domains. Ce rapport de projet est le premier d'une série qui s'intéressera à la gestion intégrée du risque. Dans l'objectif de répondre à la question « qu'est-ce que le risque? », un modèle conceptuel définissant le concept du risque est proposé. Ce modèle conceptuel intègre les définitions du risque de différentes disciplines. Une terminologie a été élaborée pour accompagner le modèle. Ce modèle conceptuel tente d'élaborer une base à partir de laquelle pourra se faire l'échange de méthodes et de mesures entre les domaines s'intéressant au risque.

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  • Jean-Grégoire Bernard & Benoit A. Aubert & Simon Bourdeau & Éric Clément & Caroline Debuissy & Marie-Josée Dumoulin & Marc Laberge & Nathalie de Marcellis-Warin & Ingrid Peignier, 2002. "Le risque : un modèle conceptuel d'intégration," CIRANO Project Reports 2002rp-16, CIRANO.
  • Handle: RePEc:cir:cirpro:2002rp-16

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    Risk; integrated risk management; definition; integration; Risque; gestion intégrée du risque; définition; intégration;

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