Managing Enterprise Risk: What the Electric Industry Experience Implies for Contemporary Business

1st Edition

Editors: Karyl Leggio
Hardcover ISBN: 9780080449494
eBook ISBN: 9780080479088
Imprint: Elsevier Science
Published Date: 17th July 2006
Page Count: 248
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Table of Contents

Part I. The Nature of Risk in the Electric Sector 1. A Perspective on Regulatory Risk in the Electric Industry (W. Riggins).
2. Electricity Risk Management for the Beginner: What It Is, Why It Matters and How to Deal With It (A. Hyman, L. Hyman).
3. Surprised by Choice: The Implications of Technology for Strategic Risk (M. Chesser, D. Bodde).
4. Why the Transmission Network as Presently Planned Will Not Provide the Efficient, Economic and Reliable Service that the Public Wants (L. Hyman).
Part II. Current Approaches to Managing Risk: Their Power and Limitations 5. The DCF Approach to Capital Budgeting Decision-Making (D. Lander, K. Leggio).
6. Real Options and Monte Carlo Simulation Versus Traditional DCF Valuation in Layman’s Terms (J. Mun).
7. Enterprise Risk Management in 2005 Moving Beyond Market and Credit Risk (J. Utter).
Part III Emerging Risk Management Techniques 8. Overview of Operational Risk Management at Financial Institutions (L. Barriga, E. Rosengren).
9. The Application of Banking Models to the Electric Power Industry: Understanding Business Risk in Today’s Environment (K. Leggio et al.).
10. What Risk Managers Can Learn From Investors Who Already Know and Consider the Risks and Who Wish That Professional Risk Managers and Decision-Making Executives Would Coordinate Their Efforts and Figure Out How Risk Taking and Risk Management Efforts Can Mesh (L. Hyman).
Part IV. An Integrated Approach to Understanding, Managing, and Communicating Risk 11. Executive Decision-Making under KUU Conditions: Lessons from Scenario Planning, Enterprise Risk Management, Real

Description

The increasing complexity of emerging business models and a growing societal concern with the integrity of financial reporting now leads to new emphases on accountability within large, publicly traded energy corporations.

This book emphasizes the implications these issues have in the electric industry, a traditional infrastructure that underlies the digital society and now faces extraordinary environmental, regulatory, and technological uncertainties.

Key Features

· Informs professionals in a variety of fields of the best current thinking on business risk—how it can be understood, how it can be managed, and how it can be communicated to diverse constituencies.

Readership

Energy consultants, policy-makers, decision-makers, economists, energy researchers.


Details

No. of pages:
248
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Elsevier Science 2006
Published:
Imprint:
Elsevier Science
eBook ISBN:
9780080479088
Hardcover ISBN:
9780080449494

Reviews

The increasing complexity of emerging business models and a growing societal concern with the integrity of financial reporting now leads to new emphases on accountability within large, publicly traded energy corporations. This book emphasizes the implications these issues have in the electric industry, a traditional infrastructure that underlies the digital society and now faces extraordinary environmental, regulatory, and technological uncertainties.


About the Editors

Karyl Leggio Editor

Affiliations and Expertise

Executive Director EMBA Program, University of Missouri at Kansas City, USA