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Managing International Political Risk / Edition 1

Managing International Political Risk / Edition 1

by Theodore Moran, Richard Moran


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ISBN-13: 9780631208815
Publisher: Wiley
Publication date: 10/27/1998
Pages: 204
Product dimensions: 5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.40(d)

About the Author

Theodore H. Moran is Karl F. Landegger Professor of International Business Diplomacy at Georgetown University. The author of some 60 articles and 11 books on trade, technology and investment issues, Dr. Moran has served as Senior Advisor for Economics on the Policy Planning Staff at the US Department of State. He has been a consultant for more than two decades to corporations, governments and multilateral agencies on investment strategy, business-government negotiations and political risk management. A Harvard PhD, he has taught at Harvard, Vanderbilt, Johns Hopkins, the International Law Institute and the Colorado School of Mines. He currently supervises the recruitment and training of Pew Fellows from Eastern Europe, the former Soviet Union (especially Central Asian republics), Mongolia, China and Vietnam in investment promotion and market reform.

Table of Contents

Introduction: .

The Growing Role of Foreign Direct Investment in the DevelopingCountries and the Economies-in-Transition.

Win-Win Benefits for Home Countries.

Obstacles to Foreign Direct Investemtn.

Part I: The Changing Nature of Political Risk: .


Old and New Sources of Political Risk.

The Quantification of Political Risk Assessment.

A Persistent Vulnerability to the Obsolescing Bargain.

The Inadequacy of Conventional Investor Responses to the"Obsolescing Bargain".

Questions and Concerns for the Future.

1. God and Fair Competition: Does the Foreign Direct InvestorFace Still Other Risks in Emerging Markets?: Louis T. Wells, Jr.(Harvard University).

2. Trends in Political Risk for Corporate Investors: SandyMarkwick (Control Risks Group).

3. Political Risk: A Realistic View Toward Assessment,Quantification and Mitigation: William T. Irwin (Amoseas Indonesia/Chevron).

Part II: Lessons in the Management of International PoliticalRisk from the Natural Resource and Private InfrastructureSectors: .


Project Finance and Political Risk.

Project Finance, Political Risk and the "Umbrella" ofMultilateral Lending Institutions.

The International Finance Corporation (IFC) and the "Umbrella"of Protection. Against Political Risk.

Limitations to the Expanded Use of Multilateral GuaranteePrograms.

Risk/Return Management in Infrastructure Projects in EmergingMarkets.

Enhanced Credit-Rating from Securitization of Export Receivablesand Rights to Future Financial Flows.

The Pros and Cons of Choosing Project Finance Over Equity. TheCutting Edge of New "Deal Structures".

Questions and Concerns for the Future.

4. Lessons in the Management of Political Risk: InfrastructureProjects: Robert B. Shanks (Morrison & Foerster LLP).

5. Progress in Privatizing Infrastructure in Emerging Markets:Timothy J. Faber (GE Capital).

6. Rating Debt Issues Secured by Offshore Receivables: PatriceM. Jordan (Standard & Poor's).

7. Challenges in the Financing of International Oil Operations:Andrea L. Macdonald (Exxon Exploration Company).

8. New Forms of Protection for International Power Investors:Linda F. Powers (Enron International).

Part III: Political Risk Insurance as a Tool to ManageInternational Political Risk:.

Overview: .

Complementary Roles for Public and Private Sector Insurers.

A Growing Role for Multilateral Investment Guarantees andPolitical Risk Insurance.

New Forms of Cooperation Between Public and Private SectorInsurers.

The Use of Political Risk Insurance by Banks and OtherInternational Lenders.

Political Risk and Political Risk Insurance in the Future.

Questions and Concerns for the Future.

9. A Perspective on Political Risk Insurance: Malcolm StephensCF (Berne International Union).

10. The Future of Private Political Risk Insurance: John J.Salinger (American International Group).

11. Political Risk Insurance, International Banks and OtherInternational Lenders: Robert H. Malleck (Citicorp Securities,Inc.).

12. The Challenges of Aggregation, Bad Faith/Bad Credit andPublic/Private Sector Cooperation: Charles Berry (Berry, Palmer& Lyle Ltd).


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