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- External environmental changes
- Insurable risk
- Uninsurable risk
- Insurance coverage
- Insurance policies
- Law of large numbers
- Rule of indemnity
- Types of risk
1. External Environmental Changes Drive the Need for Risk Management
Businesses operate in a dynamic world where the only thing for certain is that things will change. Change can bring both risk and reward. In this lesson, you'll learn how change in the business environment drives the need for risk management.
2. Ways to Manage Risk: Insurable and Uninsurable Risk
Risks abound in life and in business. However, most risks can be managed. In this lesson, you'll learn about ways to manage risks. You'll also learn the difference between insurable and uninsurable risks. A short quiz follows.
3. Understanding Insurance Policies and Risk Management
Obtaining insurance is one of the most common methods of risk management. In this lesson, you'll learn about insurance policies and some key concepts related to insurance. You'll also have a chance to take a short quiz.
4. Insurance Coverage for Various Types of Risk
Businesses operate in a world of risk. One of the best ways to manage risk is through insurance. In this lesson, you'll learn about the types of insurance coverage available to businesses to help them manage their risks.
5. Risk Aversion: Definition, Principle & Example
In this lesson, we will look at the term risk aversion. We will look at what it means to be a risk averse person and examine an example. The lesson will then be wrapped up with a summary and a quiz.
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