The Global Economy: What’s Next

We are in the midst of a global economic upheaval of unprecedented magnitude. With the emerging economies now contributing more to global GDP than the developed economies, what’s next? Mary forecast the Great Recession of 2008 in 2004. With her insider’s insight into many emerging economies, she offers clear-eyed forecasts about the future of globalization.

Selected Key Concepts:

  • How China will shift to a consumer economy
  • U.S back in the economic drivers seat to 2020
  • Continuing drivers of the EuroZones weak economy
  • The surprising new partnerships in the Middle East
“Very provocative and useful. You forecast several things we hadn’t thought of. The 8 guiding principles were very important for us.”

CFO
Heineken

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