The Future Of Risk Management, Volume I: Perspectives On Law, Healthcare, And The Environment by Paola De VincentiisThe Future Of Risk Management, Volume I: Perspectives On Law, Healthcare, And The Environment by Paola De Vincentiis

The Future Of Risk Management, Volume I: Perspectives On Law, Healthcare, And The Environment

byPaola De VincentiisEditorFrancesca Culasso, Stefano A. Cerrato

Hardcover | April 30, 2019

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With contributions presented during the Second International Risk Management Conference, this first volume addresses important areas of risk management from a variety of angles and perspectives. The book will cover three separate tracks, including: legal issues in risk management, risk management in the public sector and in healthcare, and environmental risk management, and will be of interest to academic researchers and students in risk management, banking, and finance.

Paola De Vincentiis is a full professor of banking and finance at the University of Turin, Italy. She is the organizer of the Second International Risk Management Conference.Francesca Culasso is a full professor in Business Administration at the University of Turin, Italy.  Her research interests are in management accounting, cost mana...
Title:The Future Of Risk Management, Volume I: Perspectives On Law, Healthcare, And The EnvironmentFormat:HardcoverDimensions:423 pagesPublished:April 30, 2019Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:3030145476

ISBN - 13:9783030145477


Table of Contents

Section 1: Environmental Risk Management.- 1. The Italian Bus Transportation Sector. The management of environmental risk as a Factor for Achieving a Business Sustainability; Cantino, V.; Alfiero, S.; Capecci, G.; Esposito, A.- 2. Decreasing the Environmental Risks Through Inclusion of the Private Companies in the Process of Household Waste Management; Ivanova, D.; Kotcheva, D.-  3. Customs and IoT for Monitoring Risk Management Systems: Some Recent Applications; Varese, E.; Ronco, S.M.- 4. The Relevance of Climate Change Related Risk on Corporate Financial and Non-Financial Disclosure; De Bernardi, P.; Venuti, F.; Bertello, A.- 5. Risk Assessment and Environmental Impacts: Economic and Social Implications; Lucchetti, M.C.; Arcese, G.; Martucci, O.- 6. Environmental Risk Management (ERM) Through a Kaleidoscope Theoretical Approach; Cisi, M.; Corazza, L.; Ciliberti, I.- Section 2: Public Sector and Health Management.- 7. Risk-Aware Business Process Management: a Case Study in Healthcare; Amantea, I.A., Di Leva, A., Sulis, E.- 8. Risk Management and Analytical Accounting Approach in use of the HIV Rapid Tests in the Hospital: the Case of the Amedeo di Savoia; Brescia V., Tradori V., Radwan M. , Bert F.- 9. Priorities in Patient Safety: the Role of Clinical Risk Management; Capasso, T., Fornero, G., Fiandra, U., Raciti, I.M., Paudice, A., Sorano, E.- 10. The Data Quality for Healthcare: the Risk Management Tools; Biancone, P., Martra, A., Secinaro, S., Iannaci, D.- 11. How the Cartorisk Sham Method can Boost up the Risk Management in the Healthcare System of Piedmont; Sorano, E., Guerrieri A., Palermo, V., Rotti, R.- 12. How Pioneering Managers Strive to Integrate Social Risk Management in Government Debt Collection; De Bernardi, P., Ricciardi, F., Forliano, C., Sorano, E.- Section 3: Risk Management and Tax Consequences: from "Enhanced Relationship" to "Co-operative Compliance".- 13. Tax Risk Management and the Paradox of Cooperative Compliance; Van den Broek H.- 14. Risk Management, Internal Control and Cooperative Compliance in Taxation; Russo R.- 15. State aid Tax Rulings: Managing the Risk of Recovery; Francioso C.- 16. The Italian Model of Co-operative Compliance; Conte D.- 17. Assessing Tax Risk by "Country by Country Reporting"; Rozas J.A.,  Nastri M.P.,  Sonetti E.