Research Institute on Population and Social Policies

October 24, 2022

How do population movements fit within the framework of systemic risk?

Serena Tagliacozzo has just published an article in the magazine Open access Progress in disaster science

“- Population movement is usually represented as a determinant of vulnerability in existing frameworks dealing with systemic risk
- In reality, this phenomenon has complex and ramified implications both in terms of increasing and reducing systemic risk. These implications can also occur simultaneously.
- Systemic risk assessment and management frameworks should take into account and incorporate population movement as a positive phenomenon that allows for an increase in resilience and a reduction in risk within companies "