Is the tide turning against superstar firms who operate across national borders? Investigator asks whether globalisation is in retreat and what this means…
No sector is more central to the global economy than energy. But is the future in fossil fuels or renewables?
Superstar firms are desperate to diversify, explore new markets and new territories. Is this essential to their survival or can it damage overall performance?
Size matters. Profitability matters. To identify superstar companies in emerging markets, however, we believe ‘economic moats’ is an important concept.
Is looking for superstar firms among disruptive tech, consumer innovators and small caps a quest for the obvious?
While technology is transforming the global economy via a digital revolution significantly, nowhere is this brought into sharper perspective than in China.
The emergence of superstar firms – a small number of highly profitable companies that dominate their respective markets – has profound micro and macro implications.
We live in a world ruled by giants. Recent years have seen the emergence of huge, elite businesses that dominate global markets: the ‘superstar’ firms.
In front of the camera, the world looks rosy for Netflix. Yet, behind the scenes, its rivals are eyeing the market and licking their lips.
Superstar firms are vast, endlessly resourceful and seemingly unstoppable. Yet even they are subject to the laws of evolution and only the fittest will survive.