The current growth trajectory of the global economy is promising. However, beyond 2020, uncertainties prevail. Writing for the World Economic Forum, a host of distinguished professionals explores “two seemingly opposed forces: decentralization and integration” and their potential impacts on the global economic order by 2030. getAbstract recommends this thought-provoking look at a possible financial future to executives, investors and analysts.
In this summary, you will learn
- Why the global financial and monetary framework might look drastically different in 2030,
- What forces could bring about a transformation, and
- How policy makers should deal with this disruption.
About the Author
The Global Future Council on Financial and Monetary Systems is a committee of the World Economic Forum.