This book is a great resource for anybody looking to understand the history of risk management through different epochs and ages. Though written in the 90s, this book is still massively relevant in this highly technologically advanced age which translates to convey that in spite of insightful and efficient systems of building business intelligence, there are always risks involved which need to be taken care of. The best part of this book is it never loses the interest of an average reader who doesn’t understand risk language, probability equations, and finance jargon really well. It easily helps you imagine the financial theory and probability models through real-world examples- the financial crises, the cultural ideas and understanding of risks, and how all of it has evolved our understanding of risks and finance today.
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Contributor: Ketan Kapoor from Mettl