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Corporate Governance and Risk-Taking: A Statistical Approach

The article presents three key arguments on #risktaking in #corporategovernance. Firstly, it asserts that #riskmanagers shouldn't be automatically blamed for corporate failures arising from statistically justified risk-based decisions. It suggests a "statistics-based governance" rule to protect managers within legal limits. Secondly, it argues for the inclusion of statistical methodologies to offset #cognitivebias in assessing prudent corporate #governance. Lastly, it contends that while expected-value analysis guides most decisions, for those with potential societal harm, public interests should also be considered.


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