Development of Ownership Risk Management Systems as the Basis for Ensuring the Economic Sustainability of Russian Organizations in a Pandemic


PhD in Economics, Associate Professor of the Department of Organizational and Management Innovations
Russia, MSTU im. N.E. Bauman / PRUE G.V. Plekhanov
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PhD in Economics, Associate Professor of the Department of Restaurant Business
Russia, PRUE G.V. Plekhanov


Ownership risk management in the context of ensuring sustainable economic development implies the need to create and maintain the integration of environmental, socio-economic and corporate mechanisms for identifying, analyzing and assessing risk factors in the corporate management systems of an organization. This article presents an integrative conceptual framework for managing sustainable development ownership risks in Russian organizations. The development of this integrative structure is carried out by complementing the existing organization's risk management system with mechanisms for identifying, analyzing and assessing ownership risks. This paper proposes a concept of ensuring economic sustainability based on owner risk management as a special management and organizational mechanism that allows integrating corporate goals with the processes of creating economic and financial value for the owner and maintaining his environmental and social responsibility to society.


management, ownership risks, economic sustainability, organizations

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Khachaturyan Mikhail Vladimirovich , Klicheva Yevgeniya Valeryevna
Development of Ownership Risk Management Systems as the Basis for Ensuring the Economic Sustainability of Russian Organizations in a Pandemic// Modern Management Technology. ISSN 2226-9339. – #3 (93). Art. # 9303. Date issued: . Available at:

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