Political risk thought leadership

Eurasia Group global trends quarterly: Executive summary: Fourth quarter 2010
The focus of this fourth quarter of 2010 is on the energy sector, Africa’s new opportunities in energy, telecommunications, and financial services, opportunities in other emerging markets and shifting trade patterns of port infrastructure.
[ Fourth quarter 2010 ]

Eurasia Group global trends quarterly: Executive summary: Third quarter 2010
The focus in the third quarter of 2010 is on the uncertainties arising from the global financial crisis. The report examines Europe’s road to recovery, retail and consumer sectors, opportunities and in emerging markets, the natural gas industry and the rise of state capitalism.
[ Third quarter 2010 ]

Eurasia Group global trends quarterly: Executive summary: Second quarter 2010
The focus in the second quarter of 2010 is on the uncertainties arising from the global financial crisis. The report focuses on global trade and protectionism, Brazil's economic future and political stability, and the impact of climate change policies on the transportation and refining sectors.
[ Second quarter 2010 ]

Eurasia Group global trends quarterly: Executive summary: First quarter 2010
The focus in the first quarter of 2010 is on the prospects for the dollar, new "south-south" capital flows, energy politics, and challenging economic questions countries still face as the global recession eases.
[ First quarter 2010 ]

Eurasia Group global trends quarterly: Executive summary: Fourth quarter 2009
The focus in the fourth quarter of 2009 is on the necessary next steps in dealing with the fallout from the global financial crisis. This executive summary looks at the developments, and lays out the business implications, in five key areas: privatisation, national champions, climate change, energy and China.
[ Fourth quarter 2009 ]

Eurasia Group global trends quarterly: Executive summary: Third quarter 2009
The focus in the third quarter of 2009 is the next steps related to the global crisis. This document summarises the findings of five white papers: Prospects for BRIC countries, Taxation, Infrastructure, Implications of commodity price shocks, and Offshoring.
[ Third quarter 2009 ]

Eurasia Group global trends quarterly: Executive summary: Second quarter 2009
The focus in the second quarter of 2009 is the continued impact of the global financial crisis. This document summarises the findings of five white papers: Politics and the future of global finance, The financial crisis and social unrest, Responses to crisis will increase corruption, Opportunities and risks in infrastructure and Natural gas goes global.
[ Second quarter 2009 ]

Eurasia Group global trends quarterly: Executive summary: First quarter 2009
The focus in the first quarter of 2009 is the global financial crisis and its political, economic, and social implications. More specifically, Eurasia Group addresses the following topics in five white papers: the spread of the financial crisis to emerging markets, growing government involvement in the economy, the potential for social unrest, the prospects for infrastructure investment, and energy-sector volatility.
[ First quarter 2009 ]

View: winter 09 - Getting a handle on political risk
Interview with Ian Bremmer, president of Eurasia Group, on why businesses operating globally need to manage political risk.
[ Winter 09 ]

Governance, risk and compliance: How the J Curve can help companies to understand and manage political risk
The J Curve is a framework that analyzes political development within twelve countries which have economic growth opportunities, but pose vastly different kinds of challenges for policy makers and businesses that are expanding globally. Each nation’s relative position on the curve is dynamic, subject to multiple variables and pressure points that determine its political and economic openness.
[ 26 Oct 2006 ]

Governance, risk and compliance: How energy companies can improve global business performance by better managing political risk
Energy companies understand the business consequences of political change perhaps better than organizations in any other sector. Matching energy demand and supply is, at its very core, a high-stakes geopolitical business endeavor. This is truer today than at any time in the past.
[ 26 Oct 2006 ]

Political risk: How managing political risk improves global business performance
Companies doing business internationally are grappling with political issues that sometimes surprise even the most experienced. A new study by PwC and Eurasia Group shows that despite current efforts, a high percentage of multinational companies believe they are not doing all they could to manage political risk effectively.
[ 02 May 2006 ]

Integrating political risk into enterprise risk management
PwC and Eurasia Group have brought together a team of experts to build a Political Risk Assessment diagnostic and monitoring methodology that enables companies to isolate and assess the contribution of political risk to their overall risk profile, manage these risks, and identify and capitalise on unexploited opportunities.
[ 23 Jan 2006 ]