Yasemin Zeisl

Yasemin Zeisl

Yasemin Zeisl is a Risk Analyst at Global Risk Intelligence. She earned her MSc in International Relations and Affairs from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). She is currently based in Austria. Yasemin is fluent in German and English and possesses advanced Japanese language skills.

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Top Global Risks of 2020

Summary The Top Global Risks 2020 Report offers a review of the most relevant risks regarding impact...

Coronavirus Risks for Businesses and Politics

The spread of the coronavirus in China and across the world is posing serious risks to global supply...

Fintech and the Digitalization of Austria’s Banking Sector

Austria may have a relatively small fintech industry, but the Austrian government is making efforts...

Solar Energy in Japan: Innovations and Policy Outlook

The effects of climate change have led governments around the world to increase the share of...

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Data Politics: Blending AI and Political Processes

Data has become increasingly valuable today. It is the key to numerous information processes that shape our lives, driving advertising, the internet of things, artificial intelligence (AI), and even life-saving services such as weather information. Hence data can be utilized in a multitude of ways, including ...

How AI Can Help South Korea’s Political Risk

On April 15, 2020, South Korea’s next legislative election will be held to fill the 300 seats of the National Assembly. While President Moon Jae-in’s Democratic Party is expected to perform well in the election, the recent coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has sparked public anger over the president’s and the government’s response to the crisis...

Top Global Risks of 2020: Political Polarization

Political polarization is often referred to as a risk to the stability of democracies around the world. While political polarization in the United States is closely monitored by the international media, many other countries are affected by this trend, including Bangladesh, Brazil, Colombia, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Poland, and Turkey ...

Top Global Risks of 2020: Trade Wars

Trade wars can create numerous risks for businesses and economies, affecting international trade, investment, the stock market, foreign investment, and supply chains. The central tools of a trade war are tariffs and trade barriers, which cause financial and economic disruption. The long-term consequences of a global trade war ...

Top Global Risks of 2020: Regionalization & Isolation

Isolationist policies reinforce the decline of multilateralism and pose a risk to international cooperation and trade. Much like isolation, regionalization is an inward-focused policy movement, a withdrawal from externally-focused interaction. Yet regionalization differs from isolation in that it also entails greater ...