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We may have already seen the high-water mark of globalization.
What will sustain the global economy in these perilous times?
Uncluttering the jargon that describes what we do.
When it comes to feel-good scenarios about the future, FSG scenario planners tend to be a circumspect bunch. Still, on the occasion of New Year's, we're not beyond putting a positive spin on current events. Here's what gives us hope...
An article in Acquisitions International by Joseph Feldman has a bit to say about using scenario planning in acquisitions.
The article (see link) begins on p. 13.
What to do when Nobel-winning economists disagree? Create alternative scenarios, of course.
The Greek Vouli (Parliament) just approved a series of tough reform measures meant to mollify their creditors and allow it to stay in the euro zone.
This week may mark the passing of a great national opportunity for the United States.
Interesting stuff from Brad DeLong, possibly explaining much of the last decade of economic weirdness:
A FSG conversation on one of the most important economic questions of our time.
Some things we've learned in several decades of scenario planning.
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