Ian Bremmer is the founder and president of Eurasia Group, the leading global political risk research and consulting firm. The company provides financial, corporate, and government clients with analysis and expertise about how political developments move markets and shape investment environments across the globe. Bremmer created Wall Streets first global political risk index (GPRI) and has authored several books, including the national bestsellers, Every Nation for Itself: Winners and Losers in a G-Zero World (2012) and The End of the Free Market: Who Wins the War Between States and Corporations? (2011). Bremmer is a contributor for the Financial Times A-List and Reuters.com. He has a PhD in political science from Stanford University and is a global research professor at New York University. His analysis focuses on global macro political trends and emerging markets, which he defines as those countries where politics matter at least as much as economics for market outcomes.
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Katy Waldman interviews Ian Bremmer, Slate, March 6, 2012
Bremmer and Musacchio debate, This house believes that state capitalism is a viable alternative to liberal capitalism, for the Economist.
With Europe, China and the U.S. in crisis, the real question is which of them will stumble first.
Unrest, inflation and an aging populace stand in the way of the Middle Kingdom's touted domination.
We are now living in a G-Zero world, one in which no single country or bloc of countries has the political and economic leverage -- or the will -- to drive a truly international agenda.
The world's two great powers are growing dangerously hostile to one another. Could this be worse than the cold war?
Across the world the free market is being overtaken by state capitalism, a system in which the state is the leading economic actor.