Country risk management: Managing interrelated risks at country level

Jack Radisch, 01 Jun 2010

Country risk management follows from the duty of states to protect the people, assets and environment in their territories from the natural and man-made hazards they face.

It is infinitely easier to state this simple proposition than it is to arrive at political consensus on what concrete actions should be undertaken to provide effective and efficient means to achieve the state’s mandated ends.

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Jack Radisch

Jack Radisch is a policy analyst at the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), where he is responsible for country reviews of risk management policies.

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