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The Credit Suisse Research Institute is Credit Suisse's in-house think tank. The Institute was established in the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis with the objective to study long-term economic developments, which have – or promise to have – a global impact within and beyond the financial services.
Switzerland: A Financial Market History
The Credit Suisse Research Institute's report "Switzerland: A Financial Market History" revisits the past century of financial market performance. The authors, Elroy Dimson, Paul Marsh and Mike Staunton, present a distinct comparison between the 117-year performance of Switzerland and 22 selected markets, covering stocks, bonds and Treasury bills, as well as the development of the nations' inflation rates and currencies. The report draws upon the global datasets of the annual Global Investment Returns Yearbook, one of CSRI's flagship publications.Find out more
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The Chinese Consumer in 2017: The Lifestyle Upgrade
The CSRI Academy Challenge 2017 Winner Announced
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CSRI in the Media
Imagine ordering from Amazon – in the Amazon? While one-click shopping from deep inside the rainforest sounds a bit farfetched, it may not be for long.
Emerging Consumer Survey:
A $2.5 trillion e-commerce opportunity?
"Winning the CSRI challenge was a life-changing event for me," Kostadinova said "to speak at a place where the world's decision makers discuss global issues is a dream come true."
Rubbing shoulders with Tidjane Thiam at Credit Suisse opened my eyes to new career options
With so many people jumping out of banking to do something new, Lucia Waldner's decision to leave a career as a lobbyist and journalist to join Credit Suisse is noteworthy.
This senior female Credit Suisse banker quit journalism for finance. Here's why