Mission Grey has published a new report: Measuring, Modelling, and Mitigating Risks in Global Business Networks. You can download it here.
In this report, we present a theoretical model of such analysis and how it can be operationalized in practical business solutions by relying on the Modern Portfolio Theory (MPT). Our goal is to help companies, investors, and public sector decision-makers to 1) avoid disasters, 2) save money, and 3) make profit.
We also offer practical examples how we use Liberal Development Index (LIDI) and Liberal Interdependence Index (IDI) to evaluate risks in trade. We also highlight some cases, for example, Ukraine, Australia, China and Delicate countries.
To fully instrumentalize the tools already available in the stock market and traditional business intelligence, one must move beyond the division between “geopolitical analysis”, supply chain management, and investment diversification. In the end, it is all the same – ignoring one of the three factors may result in grave disasters or at least significant loss of profit.