Share via Email It is not about avoiding all risk: But a long list, ranked for probability and impact, does not necessarily mean that you are managing risk. A better approach is to start by having a conversation among trustees and senior managers about what the risk policy of your charity ought to be. This is about setting the tone from the top.
Introduction Research finds that women are disproportionately concentrated in the government or public sector, where wages and job prestige are reported to generally be lower than wages and job prestige in the private sector MILLER, ; U.
Using a risk avoidance framework, this article explores the question, why and how do some women come to "choose" public-sector employment over private-sector employment, at the expense of income and occupational prestige? Women make up nearly half the U. This paper builds upon existing literature by integrating research on gender and employment under a broad view of risk avoidance.
In line with this broad view, I define risk avoidance as strategies used to minimize a perceived potential loss in the things people value, such as income, employment, marriage, and family.
Contrary to the conventional view that risk avoidance is a fixed personality trait not subject to social influence, a broad view of risk avoidance considers the social and economic underpinnings of risk avoidance e. Conceptualizing risk aversion as a fixed personality trait not subject to social influence, risk aversion theory suggests that, because women are naturally more risk averse than men, women naturally choose government employment for its reported job security.
Ignoring effects of differences in social roles, economic resources, and other group differences e. The theory presumes such uniformity despite the fact that literature reports group differences in risk perception, risk behavior, and risk impact ABBOTT et al.
Conventional risk aversion theory also presumes that people focus on self when deciding things—when, in fact, research indicates that women consider the impact of their decisions on others when deciding their careers FOX, ; VERLANDER, Albeit unintentional, presumptions of conventional risk aversion theory seem to encourage self-blame, and the theory seems to offer few prospects for change or for the social advancement of some groups.
Instead, I offer a broader view of risk avoidance that can provide a deeper understanding of why and how some women come to choose government employment over private-sector employment. Under this view, risk avoidance is embedded within and results from the structure, ideas, and norms that define the social role of wife mother relative to that of husband father for instance.
And under this view, risk avoidance is embedded within and results from the structure, ideas, and norms that define the economic resources attached to different employment sectors, occupations, and jobs. By integrating research on gender and employment under a broad view of risk avoidance, this study helps fill this research void.
The model provides a framework in which it is possible to explain situations where women are either more risk averse than men or less risk averse than men.
For example, applying her model to gender differences in responses to risk in infertility treatment, GUSTAFSON illustrates why and how women come to accept higher levels of risk in infertility treatment than men.
Because, traditionally, male social identity is expressed primarily through the provider role, and less through the procreation and nurturance of children, men have less reason to accept high levels of risk in infertility treatment.
In short, risk perception and behavior are dynamic social constructs. For example, reporting that women often weigh the potential impact of employment on their family obligations when deciding their careers, some researchers find family obligations may hinder women from even considering certain types of employment FOX, ; VERLANDER, In a study of gender and political ambition, for example, Richard FOXp.
Similar findings have been reported by researchers studying women in medicine.Specifically, for movies in the $ million range, entering a competition is a risky undertaking since the film could embarrassingly lose, but also because the producer would have to relinquish control of its marketing.
Risk classification is a significant step in the risk management process, as it attempts to structure the diverse risks affecting a construction project. In order to manage risks effectively. Major Insurance Undertakings Corporate Governance Code for Credit Institutions and Insurance Undertakings 5 d.
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The term also broadly refers to any enterprise that is potentially fraught with physical, financial or psychological risk, such as a business venture, or other major life undertakings.
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