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The present chapter delineates the objectives and hypotheses based on the gaps identified from the literature reviewed, data used to test these hypotheses and the methodology that has been used in the present research study. The study aims to develop normative frameworks on various aspects of risk and attempts to determine the relationships that may exist amongst these varied aspects. Accordingly, the study makes use of both primary data (capturing the managerial views on risk management) and secondary data (involving the components of balance sheet, profit and loss account and annual reports). The research techniques used in the study are in line with the leading research initiatives on the subject.
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