Marsh’s Political Risk Map 2018
Based on BMI Research findings, Marsh's Interactive Political Risk Map 2018 highlights changes during the past 12 months and looks ahead to continuing risks and new concerns.
Drawing on data and insight from BMI Research, a leading source of independent political, macroeconomic, financial, and industry risk analysis, Marsh’s Political Risk Map 2018 presents a global view of the issues facing multinational organisations and investors. This interactive map rates countries on the basis of political and economic stability, giving insight into where risks may be most likely to emerge and issues to be aware of in each country.
Under BMI Research’s method, a country’s score is ranked out of 100 — the higher the index, the less political risk. This report considers the changes in the short-term political risk index (STPRI), a measure that takes into account a government’s ability to propose and implement policy, social stability, immediate threats to the government’s ability to rule, the risks of a coup, and more.
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