ASSESSMENT OF RISK CLASSIFICATIONS IN THE NATIONAL CORPORATE GOVERNANCE SYSTEM

Authors

  • Tashkent state university of econocmis

Keywords:

The Category of Risk, The Economic Significance of Risk, The System of Risks and Their Classification, The Interdependence of Risks.

Abstract

Risk is an ever-present factor in business and life, and effectively managing risk
is critical for organizations that wish to succeed in an uncertain world. To do this, it is
important to have a clear understanding of the different types of risks that an
organization may face. Risk can be classified in many ways, each with its own benefits
and drawbacks. This article explores the various systems of risk classification and their
interdependence. It looks at the different categories of risk, the economic significance
of risk, the various systems of risk classification, and the interdependence of risks. By
understanding these concepts, organizations can develop more effective strategies for
managing their exposure to potential losses.

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Published

2023-05-30

How to Cite

Nigora. (2023). ASSESSMENT OF RISK CLASSIFICATIONS IN THE NATIONAL CORPORATE GOVERNANCE SYSTEM. Prospects of Innovative Development of the National Corporate Governance System Based on International Standards and Modern Best Practice, 76–79. Retrieved from https://conference.tsue.uz/index.php/pidncgsbism/article/view/656