Asia, geopolitical risk, double counting, and FDI
June’s ICRG risk ratings for Asia are arriving. Look for improvements in Indonesia, South Korea, and Thailand, while higher levels of risk in the data for Bangladesh, India, and Pakistan.
And have a look at the findings of the NBER published study on the ICRG data:
“predictive of future risk realizations”
“does not make the mistake of double counting systematic risk in the evaluation of international investments”
“a one percent point reduction in the political risk spread is associated with a 12 percent increase in net-inflows of foreign direct investment.”
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