Chapter Two: focus on the legislation system on the problem of the risk taking, and the theory system of this problem, legal consequence of bearing risk and the difference between Risk Taking System and Common Mistake System.
Through the research of the former three stages, we can draw the following conclusions and results:1. The construct of corporate entrepreneurship organizational competence is constituted by proactiveness, team orientation, network interaction, knowledge sharing, learning commitment and risk taking.
The other is from the theoretical problems such as: 1. The issues of residual claim and residual rights of control, the risk taking and return distribution become more and more significant as the discussion of property right is going on and the bodies of property right is clearer, and all of the issues are much concerned with the arrangement of corporate governance.
And then, I will make a comparison among correlative provisions of United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISC), International Rules for the Interpretation for Trade Terms, 2000 (INCOTERMS 2000) and Contract Law of PRC. Besides, I want to discuss some concrete contents and applied conditions of various principle of risk bearing and the impact of risk-transfer caused by breaching of contract.
And then, I will make a comparison among correlative provision of United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Good (CISG), Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) and Contract Law of PRC. Beside, I want to discuss some contents and applied conditions of various principle of risk bearing and the impact of risk-transfer caused by breaching of contract.
Firstly, we introduce two types of occupational pension systems from the point of view of risk management: defined benefit (DB) plan and defined contribution (DC) plan. The differences between the two plans are examined in terms of scheme design, system costs, investment decision, risk sharing, management of the system, payment of pensions and tax policy, etc.
Since commercial banks are enterprises that run money and credit with high debt ratio, multi-layer network and specific risk sharing mechanism, their corporate governance could not be fully explained by traditional shareholding methodology.
This article investigates how to define the insurable interest under the backgrounds of English law, then suggests our country to adopt the legal mode to define insurable interests by the assumption of risk.
Adaptation of adopted foreign children at mid-adolescence as indicated by aspects of health and risk taking - a population study
Other possible risk factors include obesity, physical inactivity, sports, cola beverages, calcium intake, risk taking, and coordination.
How Does Regulation Affect the Risk Taking of Banks A U.S.
This historical study utilizes annual insured bank data from 1936 through 1989 to empirically evaluate the impact of bank regulation on bank risk taking in a cross-country comparison of the United States and Canada.
These results also confirm expectations that deposit insurance increases risk taking and supports the 1991 mandate by regulators that risk-based deposit insurance be created.
Relaxation of the assumption of risk-neutrality in Miller's tax framework, allowing utility-maximizing risk-averse investors, indicates that capital structure irrelevance continues to hold under reasonable assumptions about utility.
Yet these models have not been further developed because they are at odds with the standard assumption of risk neutrality in the theory of the firm.
Applying the risk-free rate as a discount factor reflects the assumption of risk-neutral investors.
Based on the assumption of risk neutral bidders, each bidder will attempt to maximize its expected profit.
Given that we force the assumption of risk neutrality, we limit the discussion to lack of futures market bias rather than efficiency.