MICHAEL DAMM LECTURE: RISK MANAGEMENT 2.0 - HOW TO DEAL WITH COMPLEXITY AND UNCERTAINTY?
A follow-up of the lecture of Lex Hoogduin in which he will briefly present FAUC® (Framework for Acting under Uncertainty and Complexity). FAUC® aims at supporting effective action in the world as it is: complex and uncertain.
He will then argue that effective risk management requires a review and extension of current risk management approaches. Subsequently, on the basis of FAUC® he will present Risk Management 2.0.
After the lecture by professor Hoogduin, two discussants will feed the discussion:
University of Groningen/ Founder GloComNet/ Chairman of LCH Ltd and SA
Joeri Schasfoort MSc
University of Groningen based researcher using agent-based simulation models to understand the interactions between finance and the economy.
Anita Kopányi-Peuker PhD
Postdoctoral researcher at the University of Amsterdam using laboratory experiments to investigate human behavior in financial settings e.g. in asset markets and bank runs.
The subsequent Q&A with the audience will be moderated by professor Fieke van der Lecq, academic director of the VU Risk Management program.