© 2012 – Routledge
220 pages | 1 B/W Illus.
This highly original book aims to broaden the discussion about risk, the management of risk and regulation, especially in the financial industry. By using terms of the philosopher Jacques Derrida, Peter Pelzer employs philosophical concepts to enrich the understanding of what risk is about and what is necessarily excluded in contemporary risk management.
1. What Is to Come? 2. Thinking About the Im-possible Risk in the Financial Industry 3. Risk: The sovereign exception 4. The Displaced World of Risk: Risk management as alienated risk (perception?) 5. From 'Risk and Responsibility' to the Risk of Responsibility 6. "Who's Afraid of Red, Yellow and Blue": Towards an aesthetics of risk 7. The Risk to Come: A different way of thinking risk 8. Risk and Regulation Disseminate: The pharmakon 9. Containing Risk: Towards a regulation to come 10. (This Will Not Have Been a) Conclusion