Developing Economies: Winners, Losers, and Those Left Behind
This is an important time for developing economies, as the world continues to bifurcate between haves and have-nots. Some countries will seize upon new opportunities, while others could be utterly left behind.
Developed Economies and Wealth Concentration
Developed economies disproportionately benefit from globalization and emerging catalysts but also face potentially serious structural risks, presenting challenges for corporate and public sector executives.
Power, Energy Storage, and the Decentralization of the Grid
The economic viability of some forms of renewable energy will be enabled by effective grid storage technology, which facilitates the localization of energy production and consumption.
Infrastructure and Construction: Building for Generations
Public and private sector planners must accurately predict population density and infrastructure usage to ensure that they build systems to support populations 10-30+ years in the future.
Urbanization and the Mass Movement of People to Cities
More people live in cities now than at any other point in history, which is changing cities and forcing both companies and public institutions to adapt.