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2015 | 19(19) | 259-276
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THE DEFINITION AND CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS OF INCOMPETENCE AND DEVIANCE

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An effective solution to security problems those small and global ones demands certain knowledge and skills from managers and executives of different ranks. In this regard, we have allocated a special class of the risks associated with decision-making at various levels ranging from everyday to global. These risks are referred to as “the risks of incompetence.” At the heart of these risks are, in particular, lack of knowledge, specialization, poor mental preparation. “Risks of deviance” were regarded as “risks of incompetence”, but now they are ring-fenced in a separate group. Risks of deviance - risks which are based on anti-social mentality, aggression, intolerance, racism, and so on. In the article the above mentioned types of risk are discussed. Definitions of risks of deviance and incompetence are formulated. Their characteristics and examples of them are provided. A special group of risks associated with a level of social development is highlighted.
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