The impact of regulation, ownership and business culture on managing corporate risk within the water industry

@inproceedings{Allan2013TheIO,
  title={The impact of regulation, ownership and business culture on managing corporate risk within the water industry},
  author={Richard Allan and Paul Jeffrey and Martin Clarke and Simon J. T. Pollard},
  year={2013}
}
Although the specifics of water utility ownership, regulation and management culture have been explored in terms of their impact on economic and customer value, there has been little meaningful engagement with their influence on the risk environment and risk management. Using a literature review as the primary source of information, this paper maps the existing knowledge base onto two critical questions: what are the particular features of regulation, ownership and management culture which… CONTINUE READING

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