This book focuses on the efforts that multinational enterprises (MNEs) can and must make to evaluate and deal with the political risks they confront in host countries. It examines the techniques and information sources used by MNEs for political forecasting.
Introduction 1. Cooperation and Conflict: The MNEs, LDCs, and the United States 2. The U.S. Government and American Foreign Investment 3. Political Risk: Identifying and Defining the Issue 4. Recent Efforts to Analyze and Measure Political Risk 5. Monitoring and Integrating Political Risk 6. The Management of Political Risk 7. Conclusion and Summary