Similar To International Political Risk Management, Volume 2Skip carousel
- International Political Risk Management, Volume 3
- Political Power and Corporate Control
- Modern Politics
- Executive Intelligence
- Globalization, Growth and Poverty
- Budgeting and Budgetary Institutions
- Global Political Economy
- Analyzing banking risk
- Rhetoric & Public Affairs
- World Governments Series
- Dry Bones Rattling
- Capitalism, Democracy, and Ralph's Pretty Good Grocery
- Democracy and Economic Power
- Return of Cosmopolitan Capital, The
- Unequal Chances
- University of Chicago Geography Research Papers
- Lineages of Revolt
- Moral Markets
- Social Logic Of Politics
- The Triangle Fire, Protocols Of Peace
- Barriers to Democracy
- Liberal Leviathan
- The Radical Middle Class
- The Private Abuse of the Public Interest
- The Coming Oil Storm
- Beyond Liberal Democracy
- Negative Capitalism
- Social Democracy After the Cold War
- Papal Economics
Related ArticlesSkip carousel
- Sep 1 20141 minute
Peace of Mind
A: Zzz, what? Oh yeah, insurance--a boring topic until the day it saves your business from destruction or lets your startup idea get off the ground. Just ask home-sharing company Airbnb or car service Lyft, which were stuck in their tracks until they
- Sep 1 20163 minutes
4 Smart Moves to Protect Against Financial Disaster
Eighteen months ago, Jessica was living a lifestyle most people only dream about -- debt-free, hundreds of thousands in the bank, owner of a kick-ass retail business and a net worth approaching eight digits. Then she got sued. Now she hardly sleeps.
- Jun 1 20162 minutes
We Don’t Want Your Money
Large enterprise customers can be enticing—but they can upend your product, your staff, and the stability of your business
- Mar 1 20172 minutes
Surviving Your Customer Breakup
It’s easy to let yourself rely on big, lucrative clients. But what happens if they ditch you?
- Aug 1 20161 minute
How Money Rates Colleges
To make our first cut, colleges must have 500 or more full-time undergraduates and a six-year graduation rate of at least the median for their type (public or private). We also screened out schools with low grades from bond-rating agencies and those
- Oct 24 20162 minutes
Who’s Picking up the Education Tab?
THE PROBLEM of skyrocketing college costs is, by at least some measures, even worse than we thought. The total amount of outstanding student debt has roughly tripled in the past decade, creeping toward $1.3 trillion, and 1 in 10 borrowers is now eith
- May 1 20152 minutes
How to Buy a Business With Seller Financing
Advertising and publishing veteran Janelle Regotti was looking for a business to buy. The right opportunity presented itself last year when she found Guide Publishing, a company that distributes a quarterly resource guide for Northeast Ohio seniors.
- Aug 1 20142 minutes
How to Handle Large Changes in Sales Volume
The easiest way to wrest back control over a roller-coaster sales cycle is by managing the pricing of your products or services.
- Oct 1 20162 minutes
50 Shades Of Risk Taking
Jason Fried ENTREPRENEURS LOVE to view risk as binary. The more you put on the line, the greater the potential for reward. Go on, take that second mortgage so you can pour more cash into your business. Mine your life savings for a few more months of
- Jul 1 20152 minutes
Why You Should Keep Your Personal and Professional Finances Separate
Some entrepreneurs pour everything they have into their business: their home equity, life savings and untold amounts of blood, sweat and tears. From my perspective—as a middle-aged, recently divorced business owner raising three teenage boys by mysel
- Jun 1 20152 minutes
What to Do When Your Budget Is Blown
A: Unlike most business questions—to which my response is typically “It depends”—this one has an unequivocal answer: Yes, you need to start over. But that doesn’t mean you should trash your original budget and all the work it entailed. Use this predi
- Aug 1 20162 minutes
Riding Out Necessary Risk
STICKING WITH STOCKS IN RETIREMENT CAN MAKE YOU NERVOUS. BUT A WRITTEN POLICY CAN CALM YOUR FEARS.
- Oct 1 20131 minute
The Best Way to Buy a Company Car
Ask three business owners the best way to pay for a company vehicle, and you'll likely get three different answers: buy, finance or lease. Jonathan Crandall, who runs J.C. Landscaping in Danvers, Mass., is a big believer in holding out for financing
- Dec 1 20161 minute
Creating Smart Tools
JOAN CAPLIN WHEN ODYSSEAS PAPADIMITRIOU left home for college in the U.S., he had every intention of returning. Greece was gearing up for the 2004 Olympics, and the economy was booming. But then he saw the chance to gain more experience by way of a
- Feb 1 20156 minutes
Better Safe Than Sorry: How Startups are Staying Protected in Cyberspace
Hackers and cyber thieves are attacking small businesses with alarming frequency. Find out how to stay safe.
- Feb 1 20173 minutes
The Early-Bird Dividend
PROCRASTINATORS, LISTEN UP. By checking certain financial tasks off your to-do list now instead of leaving them for the last minute, you won’t just feel better—you’ll also bank some serious coin. Contribute to an IRA in January instead of next April,
- Jan 4 20174 minutes
Hedge-Fund Managers With Flashy Sports Cars Make Worse Investors
For most lay investors, figuring out how to allocate money presents a dilemma. A dizzying maze of experts, investors, fund managers, and advisors exists to allow people to outsource their questions to a financial professional who can make responsible
- Nov 1 20163 minutes
How to Invest, Whoever Wins
No matter how much you dislike him or her, the next President isn’t likely to hurt the stock market. But 2017 could still be rocky for the economy. Here’s what you’ll need in your postelection portfolio.
- Feb 1 20132 minutes
Online Platform Connects Entrepreneurs With Local Lenders
Candace Klein knows firsthand how hard it is to raise startup funds. When she needed capital for her first business, Bad Girl Ventures, a microfinance organization for Cincinnati women-owned businesses, she tapped several relatives--a move that led t
- Aug 1 20161 minute
Relocating Your Business? Consider These 3 Factors First.
Stop packing for a moment, and ask yourself: Do you really need to move your business? Relocations are expensive, disruptive and risky. If they’re done poorly, your business can fail -- and that new location may turn out to have just as many problems
- Oct 1 20162 minutes
Entrepreneur Media's President on Entrepreneur Lending Launch
This program from Entrepreneur Media's business side is designed to eliminate a common business roadblock.
- Apr 1 20161 minute
It's Time to Check Up on Your Insurance Policy
Rising premiums could be a problem for businesses, but that doesn't mean companies can't provide for workers. Find out what options you have to remedy the issue.
- May 1 20132 minutes
How To Become CFO Of Your Life
In college I got hooked on credit cards, and I graduated with an addiction. My habit grew with my income. By the time I was 30, I had more than $35,000 in consumer debt and a big mortgage, to boot. Eventually I turned things around, but it didn't hap
- Apr 5 20171 minute
Car Insurance Premiums Higher In Minority Neighborhoods Than In White Areas With Same Risk
A new report found drivers living in minority neighborhoods pay more in car insurance premiums than those living in white areas, ProPublica reported. ProPublica, in partnership with Consumer Reports, analyzed payouts and insurance premiums from Texas
- Jun 1 201618 minutes
The Evolution of an Idealist
Before he was president of the World Bank, Jim Yong Kim advocated its abolition. Today, he’s roiling the organization by shuffling staff and eschewing old priorities. Is he destroying the bank—or saving it from itself?
- Aug 1 20142 minutes
Things are Looking Up
John Stewart knew his company needed a hefty cash infusion to transition from a cloud services provider to a software provider. Without physical assets to borrow against, a bank loan was out of the question; venture capital wasn't an option, either.
- Mar 1 20172 minutes
Letters & Comments
RE: THE 2017 WASHINGTON WISH LIST [JANUARY/FEBRUARY] Here’s my wish as an ordinary taxpayer: Let’s add a line on Form 1040 titled “Voluntary Additional Tax” (VAT), allowing any taxpayer to pay more than the IRS requires. This will give Warren Buffet
- Oct 1 20141 minute
4 Things You Need to Know About Commercial Vehicle Insurance
If you're operating a business that uses a car or truck, skimping on insurance is the last thing you want to do. This is just common sense, says Loretta Worters, vice president of the Insurance Information Institute. "Business vehicles are targets,"
- Mar 15 20172 minutes
In 2005, Trump Was Hit With A Tax That He Now Wants To Abolish
The Alternative Minimum Tax was passed to target the ultra-wealthy, but today it's more likely to affect the upper-middle class.