I have two requests for leads or information. The first has to do with a agricultural/farm tutorial I am co-producing for a group gathering in Princeton, NJ. This group wants to understand more about agriculture and specifically about risk analysis as applied to ag. Of course I've gone to the standard ag. finance texts. What is missing is risk assessment and analysis from a Holistic Resource Management or related framework. I would like to introduce as many ways of interpreting and analyzing risk as possible. Could someone out there give me web leads or whatever on something written about risk analysis outside the dominant paradigm. THX.
The second request has to do with one of my indulgences--corporation watching. If I want to know how many shares of its own stock a corporation is buying on the NYSE, is there a way to satisfy my curiosity? As I understand common business practices, one way to keep your stock price stable in an otherwise price-dropping environment is to buy your own stock. Thanks again.
Kate Smith, Philadelphia
"But we must also acknowledge that a poorly run corporation has the power to be one of the most dangerous forms of human activity ever invented." "The Ecology of Commerce", Paul Hawkin
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