Evaluating the Risks in Acquisition
This paper aims to illustrate the role of strategic risk analysis in the process of policy dialogue. An example of a new product diversification demonstrates the role of risk analysis in clarifying problem assumptions and in understanding the impact of uncertainty on decision-making. Risk analysis is seen as an adjunct and aid to problem formulation and resolution and not an end in itself.
strategic risk analysis, product diversification, decision-making, risk analysis
Business | Strategic Management Policy
Strategy and Organisation
Long Range Planning
HERTZ, David B. and Thomas, Howard.
Evaluating the Risks in Acquisition. (1982). Long Range Planning. 15, (6), 38-44. Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business.
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