Association for 

Political

Risk

Analysis

Because a risk is an opportunity

 

APRA strives to assist both private and public sector executives in producing better decisions by taking political risks into consideration when making important decisions.

 

V I S I O N

The Association for Political Risk Analysis (APRA) strives to provide political perspective for our partners. This requires us to create a breeding ground for the future political risk analysts within the Sciences Po community. We firmly believe that gathering members who share the same passion in learning and discussing about international politics will sharpen our expertise. Trained members with this competence may ​assist both private and public sector executives in producing better decisions by taking political risks into consideration when making important decisions.

 

PROJECTS

Manage​

 

Political risk consulting projects for private businesses and public organizations 

Organize​

 

Networking sessions, discussions on trending political topics, and virtual conferences

Publish​

 

Journals or magazines on regional or national political risk 

Accomodate​

Master classes by inviting Sciences Po professors and leading experts in the field. 

Produce​

 

Political risk learning materials and have an online idea exchange session once a month

Disseminate

 

Political risk related articles,

analytics, op-ed, and policy paper

BOARD MEMBERS

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Jae-hyung CHOI
President / Founder

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Earl WANG
Think-Tank Team Leader/ Co-Founder
Seong Jae SHIN
Consulting Team Leader / Co-Founder
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Vivienne ZHANG
Head of Communication / Event Team Leader
 
 

RECENT EVENT

The Association for Political Risk Analysis (APRA) and Eurasia Group recently invited various participans to our event "Political Risk Analysis in Practice", an interactive virtual event hosted on Zoom. Through this event, we had the opportunity to immerse ourselves in the real world of risk analysis and learned about how to anticipate risk, and how to shape strategies that correspond both to customer expectations and to the context.

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