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Stakeholder und Unternehmensrisiko


  • Frank Figge

    (School of Earth & Environment, University of Leeds)


Dass Stakeholder zum Unternehmensrisiko beitragen können, ist heute weitgehend unbestritten. Höhe und Art des Unternehmensrisikos haben einen Einfluss auf den Unternehmenswert. Der Beitrag von Stakeholdern zum Unternehmensrisiko hat daher auch einen Einfluss auf den Unternehmenswert. Gelingt es, den Beitrag der Stakeholder zum Unternehmensrisiko zu reduzieren, sollte der Unternehmenswert steigen. Diese Studie zeigt, wie das Unternehmensrisiko auf die von Stakeholdern ausgelösten Geldflüsse zurückgeführt werden kann. Der Beitrag eines Stakeholders zum Unternehmensrisiko hängt dabei auch von der jeweiligen Sichtweise ab. Aus einer Perspektive mag eine Stakeholderbeziehung das Unternehmensrisiko steigern - aus einer anderen Perspektive senkt dieselbe Stakeholderbeziehung unter Umständen das Unternehmensrisiko.

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  • Frank Figge, 2004. "Stakeholder und Unternehmensrisiko," Risk and Insurance 0408001, University Library of Munich, Germany.
  • Handle: RePEc:wpa:wuwpri:0408001
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