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World Investment and Political Risk

MIGA conducts research and shares knowledge as part of its mandate to support foreign direct investment (FDI) into emerging markets.  MIGA’s yearly report World Investment and Political Risk examines general trends in the global economy and FDI, corporate perceptions of political risk and risk-mitigation strategies, as well as the latest developments in the Political Risk Insurance industry.

 

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World Investment and Political Risk 2013
The 2013 edition of the report offers an innovative analysis of breach of contract risk, combining deal and country-specific causes of breach for the first time.>>more 

 

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World Investment and Political Risk 2012
The 2012 edition of the report looks at the risk of sovereign defaults, typically caused by adverse economic shocks, and how it relates to expropriation.>>more 

 

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World Investment and Political Risk 2011
The 2011 edition provides an in-depth analysis on the risk of expropriation—perceived risk, actual dimensions, and preferred containment strategies.>>more 

 

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World Investment and Political Risk 2010
This report provides a special focus on the role that political risk perceptions play in influencing investment into conflict-affected and fragile economies. >>more 

 

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World Investment and Political Risk 2009
The first report in the series, the 2009 report examines the state of the PRI industry in the emerging post-crisis investment landscape.  >>more 

 

   
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