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Risky Business: Corruption, Fraud, Terrorism, and Other Threats to Global Business

Stuart Poole-Robb, Alan Bailey
Revised Edition
London: Kogan Page, 2003
316pp, ISBN: 978-0-7494-4031-2

Organizations in today’s world are subject to a range of risks over and above the standard expectations of terrorism and fraud, including organized crime, corruption and civil unrest. The authors’ company has significant experience of these risks and the forces behind them and the book includes many case studies in areas such as Indonesia, Russia, and Asia and the Far East. Part one deals with the implications of risk for investment; part two looks at renowned trouble spots; and part three considers threats and defenses.

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Risky Business: Corruption, Fraud, Terrorism and other Threats to Global Business

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The terrorist outrages of September 11, 2001 and the rapid collapse of Enron both highlight the uncomfortable fact that businesses and business people are subject to risks much broader and often more personally hazardous than the commerical and financial risks studied at business school.

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