COVID-19, US ELECTIONS, TRUMP, BREXIT…WHAT’S NEXT FOR POLITICAL RISK?
There’s never been a more volatile and uncertain time in recent history. As the recent pandemic has reminded us, the interconnect nature of the global economy has made political risk analysis more important – and vastly more complex. Quant-driven methods have become increasingly de riguer, but what does the future hold for the practice in the face of new and emerging challenges?
In Quid Periculum? Measuring and Managing Political Risk in the Age of Uncertainty, long-time political risk experts Christopher McKee and Peter Marber present approaches and analyses to this new world of risk. From risk forecasting techniques and reliability measures, to empirical findings affecting asset prices and sovereign debt workouts, the role of political risk in the 2020s and beyond is thoroughly explored by the world’s leading specialists. The book also includes an exceptional roundtable discussion among some of the leading names in the field, offering a insiders’ view of issues such as the impact of COVID-19, the future of globalization, new political risks, and risk mitigation techniques.
A unique blend of scholarly and applied efforts, this is the 6th edition of PRS’ series The Handbook of Country Political Risk Analysis. For more information and to reserve your copy today, contact Louis Carroll at firstname.lastname@example.org