The constantly shifting nature of the global economic paradigm and the complexity of governmental, geopolitical, and societal evolutions have cast unmatched pressure on corporate decisions, forcing leaders to constantly monitor global economic events and stay abreast of developments. Frost & Sullivan’s Economic Analytics Practice, a powerhouse of economists and strategists who have their finger on the economic pulse of the world, helps business leaders make time-critical decisions. Taking a systematic approach toward analyzing economic and industry dynamics, the practice evaluates complex geopolitical and macroeconomic developments, assesses their real-time impact on global businesses, and predicts economic shifts that will transform businesses. The expertise of the Economic Analytics collective helps businesses capitalize on opportunities emerging from global trade and policy shifts, geopolitical reorientation, and local policy evolution.
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Frost & Sullivan’s Economic Analytics practice area is a dynamic economic opportunities analysis unit which provides global, regional, and topical macroeconomic insights, country benchmarking index solutions along with tailored macroeconomic analytics solutions. Our Frost Radar for Economic Development™, Economic Growth Opportunity Identification, Economic-Industry Impact Analysis, Scenario-based GDP Modeling offer demographic, socio-metric, economic, political, and regulatory research by industry and region.
Economic Analytics Key Issues
Different customers with different needs in potentially new target markets
Appropriately priced products/services with value added features
Broader involvement in the value chain given the lack of supporting infrastructure and institutes
Effective roll-out strategy to maximize initial investments
Frost Radar™ for Economic Development
Country Benchmarking based on Future Growth Potential
Frost Radar™ for Economic Development is a proprietary indexing methodology of Frost & Sullivan Institute that benchmarks countries’ innovation and growth performance to measure future growth potential of countries focused on the quality of life for its citizens and on developing a stable investment environment. The Growth Index (GI) is a measure of a country’s ability to achieve a combination of macroeconomic stability, investment attractiveness, and citizen satisfaction. The Innovation Index (II) is a measure of a country’s ability to successfully implement innovative policies around Citizen Centricity, Education, Environment, Economics, Healthcare, Infrastructure and Security to address inclusive growth.
Economic Growth Opportunity Identification
In-depth analysis on key global markets using political and socio-economic analysis offered by the Economic Analytics practice area provides our clients key insights on emerging growth opportunities. Our strategic real-time analysis of geopolitical movements and governmental policy development includes a tailored analysis of rapidly changing global economic circumstances and scenarios, assisting clients to carefully navigate these obstacles. Our clients’ growth goals can be realigned in the face of dynamic geopolitical shifts thanks to our own interactive data analytics platform and tailored economic indices. In addition, our team’s expertise in country benchmarking and macroeconomic analytics further enhance our capabilities to deliver Growth Opportunity Identification, Growth and Expansion Planning, Economic Risk Assessment, Investment and Trade Opportunities Identification solutions for our global clients.
The Economic Analytics thought leadership pieces include regular data updates along with an impactful analysis of the macroeconomic situation under study. This research will focus on timely economic trend updates and a short term outlook for selected countries in specific regions, and industry sectors. Data will be updated every quarter, with associated Frost & Sullivan Think Tanks to keep clients up to date with the highly dynamic economic environment and develop a perspective on how business results correlate to economic indicators.
Regions covered as part of Economic Analytics include: