Journal of Risk Finance: Volume 19 Issue 4


Table of contents - Special Issue: Roles and Actors in Risk Governance

Guest Editors: Rainer Baule, Andreas Dutzi, Volker Stein, Arnd Wiedemann

Cognitive risk culture and advanced roles of actors in risk governance: a case study

Ruchi Agarwal, Sanjay Kallapur

The purpose of this study is to explore the best practices for improving risk culture and defining the role of actors in risk governance.


Impact of underwriting insurance risk on bank holding company behavior

Manu Gupta, Puneet Prakash

This paper aims to study differences in risk behavior between holding companies that undertake both banking activity and insurance underwriting (labeled financial holding…

Does firm performance increase with risk-taking behavior under information technological turbulence?: Empirical evidence from Indonesian SMEs

Aluisius Hery Pratono

This paper aims to contribute to the risk management studies in small and medium enterprises (SMEs) by examining the complicated relationship between risk-taking behavior and firm…


Effects of committee overlap on the monitoring effectiveness of boards of directors: a meta-analysis

Remmer Sassen, Miriam Stoffel, Maximilian Behrmann, Willi Ceschinski, Hanh Doan

One group of risk governance actors that recently came into focus for empirical studies is the board of directors. In this context, the increasing number of directors that work on…

Influencing risk taking in competitive environments: an experimental analysis

Ivo Schedlinsky, Friedrich Sommer, Arnt Wöhrmann

In the aftermath of the financial crisis, the influence of competitive compensation systems on employee risk taking has gained increasing attention. As the renouncement of such…

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