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Thank you Brian Hasbrouck

You should go check out Brian’s blog, Political Risk Explored. He is currently reading some great books! Bremmer and Keat The Fat Tail Bremmer The J Curve Kindleberger and Aliber Manias, Panics and Crashes Bernstein Against the Gods Bouchet, Clarke and Groslambert Country Risk Assessment Nobody else says things this nice about me except on … Continue reading

Political risk advising: core business

More from Fletcher / CEME / Exxon Mobil conference Managing Political Risk 2009. Question from the audience: what ultimately separates political risk advising firms from general management consulting firms with global reach? Six replies, paraphrased here. Clients ask for cogent, insightful analysis of context for global context. Key regulatory and due diligence requirements. Firms provide … Continue reading

Big think: political risk

Manging Political Risk 2009 Like any good academic conference the first order of business is to see if we can improve on Wikipedia or Merriam Webster and define terms. Political Risk Political risk is a type of risk faced by investors, corporations, and governments. It is a risk that can be understood and managed with … Continue reading

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