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With thousands of thought leaders contributing the broadest range of analysis and coverage in business-critical areas, IHS is well positioned to provide extensive, fact-based views, from raw materials to retail shelves and beyond.


Rivalry: The energy industry from 2015 to 2040

The energy rivalry of the past 25 years has profoundly impacted the energy industry. Oil no longer holds a monopoly as a transport fuel. Use of renewable energy has grown rapidly—and demand for gas has soared.

Tesla Motors: A case study in disruptive innovation

IHS took apart a 2013 Tesla Model S. What they found were systems and components unique in the auto industry—some would call them radical. But Tesla’s disruptive influence is more than semiconductors, screens, and software. It’s about a new vision for the car, innovative design, and new models for manufacturing.

The rise of smart cities

“Smart cities” use information and communications technologies to meet growing urban challenges such as traffic, waste disposal, lighting, and parking.

Chemicals on the move

The next five years will see accelerated growth in the global supply of three key chemical building blocks—ethylene, propylene, and methanol—as advantaged feedstock availability drives significant investment in China, the United States, and Saudi Arabia.

Assessing the marine usage of LNG fuel

Availability of shale gas, combined with new maritime sulfur-emission regulations, is making liquefied natural gas a potential fuel option for ship operators.

Shifting borders, boundaries and sovereignty

From Western Europe to the Western Pacific, state and non-state actors alike—via referendum, provocation, and violence—are challenging existing land and maritime borders. Resource competition, weapons proliferation, and new media are among the drivers of these challenges to the concept of nation-state sovereignty.

IHS Publications and Research

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IHS Quarterly

IHS Quarterly provides global corporations with information, insight, and expertise to help them manage disruption and their businesses.

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IHS Context Blog

Challenging conventional wisdom and stimulating dialogue, the IHS Context blog offers readers insight into a host of business topics that scale – from tactical to strategic, from immediate to long-term, and from local to global.

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Automotive Blog

Observations and insights from our global automotive industry experts including: product strategy, technology, production, sales, marketing and the aftermarket.

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Life Sciences Blog

Industry insights from the IHS Life Sciences team covering market access, pricing and reimbursement (P&R), emerging markets, generics strategies, therapeutic development pathways, forecasting and market sizing, and general competitive intelligence.

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IHS Jane’s 360 News

IHS Jane’s 360 provides defence and national security professionals with impartial, independent news and daily insight into global issues of critical importance.

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IHS Chemical Week

IHS Chemical Week is the premier source of industry analysis, information and news for busy professionals in the chemical, petrochemical, specialty chemical and related industries.

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IHS Quarterly/Technology

IHS Quarterly / Technology explores significant challenges facing global technology companies by delivering industry-specific insight and revealing interdependencies between sectors and end markets.

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IHS Quarterly | Country Risk

IHS Quarterly/Country Risk presents significant insights and foresight to give global businesses an edge in managing risk.

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Top-10 Economic Predictions for 2015

IHS Chief Economist, Nariman Behravesh, gives his predictions for the global economy for the coming year and looks back at how accurate the predictions were for 2014.

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