Tag Archives: International economic relations

The World in 2019 by The Economist

Overview: The World in 2019 will build on three decades of publishing success: this will be the 33rd edition. It will look ahead to the Trump administration’s prospects with a new Congress, the reality of Brexit, elections in India, Indonesia, Nigeria and across Europe, tech disruptions from AI and China (could 2019 mark “peak Sillicon Valley”?), …
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Grave new world: the end of globalization, the return of history by Stephen D. King

Overview: A controversial look at the end of globalisation and what it means for prosperity, peace, and the global economic order Globalisation, long considered the best route to economic prosperity, is not inevitable. An approach built on the principles of free trade and, since the 1980s, open capital markets, is beginning to fracture. With disappointing …
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The World in 2018 by The Economist

Overview: The World in 2018 will build on three decades of publishing success: this will be the 32nd edition.The World in 2018 will be specific, numerate and opinionated: full of predictions, and a good read. The Economist’s writers will be joined by distinguished editors and columnists from other publications: leaders from business, politics, science and the arts will …
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The World in 2016 by The Economist

Overview: The World in 2016, The Economist‘s annual collection of predictions, identifies and explores the issues that will shape the year ahead. Prominent figures from politics, business, science and the arts join journalists from The Economist and other leading publications in offering forecasts for 2016. With a 30th-edition special section and contributions from Christine Lagarde, …
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The World in 2015 by The Economist

Overview: The World in 2015 is The Economist’s annual forecast of the events and trends that will shape the year ahead. Contributors include journalists from The Economist and luminaries from the world of politics, business, art and technology, including Hillary Clinton and Matteo Renzi. You can find this title at IESE’s Library catalog.

The World in 2014 by The Economist

Overview: The World in 2014, the latest in The Economist‘s annual collection of predictions, identifies and explores the issues that will shape the year ahead. Journalists from The Economist join luminaries from the worlds of politics, business, science and the arts in offering forecasts for 2014. The coming year will be one of sporting shows, …
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Winner: 2011 Thinkers50 Book Award. World 3.0: global prosperity and how to achieve it by Pankaj Ghemawat. (Boston, Mass. : Harvard Business Review Press, 2011)

Synopsis Since the financial crisis of 2008, many of us have had to reexamine our beliefs about markets and globalization. How integrated should economies really be? How much regulation is right? Many people fuse these two dimensions of choice into one, either favoring both globalization and deregulation—or opposing both of them. It doesn’t have to …
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The World in 2011 by The Economist

Next January 18 at IESE Madrid we will have the opportunity to have Daniel Franklin, editor of the The Economist’s famous “The World In” series. The latest edition forecasts out that next year will reflect the two economies: a rich world struggling with a weak recovery without job growth, and an emerging world growing at …
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