Dynamic Risk

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Dynamic Risk

The risk of loss resulting from changes in culture, taste or policy. For example, if one sells only black socks in the United States, one takes the dynamic risk that no one will buy black socks after Labor Day. Likewise, if one sells for-profit insurance, one takes the dynamic risk that the government will ban this type of insurance. It is related to political risk, but primarily connotes cultural changes.
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This dynamic risks future competitive success in the generic market as generic drag manufacturers may be forced to maximize economies of scale and consolidate themselves.
The current dynamic risks "tensions and bad outcomes," he said.
Amid complex and dynamic risks, many internal audit groups update their risk assessments and audit plans more than once a year.
By combining the functional aspects of behavior (FAP) with the most relevant treatment domains (assessed dynamic risk related to sexual recidivism), the inclusion of FAP in treating sexual offense behavior is ideal for the interpersonally based dynamic risks for the juvenile offender.
Given the dynamic nature of the threat environment and the rate that vulnerabilities are being discovered in computer systems, novel techniques for properly mitigating dynamic risks are a key part of our research program," said Julie Lefebvre, Network Information Operations, Defence R&D Canada.
Dynamic risks can be taken in Symphony Hall, from the barest whisper to the fullest sound, but not here.
Conversely, dynamic risks are those risks which result from change itself.
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