Where Next for the Global Economy?

As the future for business looks more complex and less clear cut, the ACCA’s analysis investigates the outlook for global capitalism, the implications of our changing world and a view of the global economy in 2030.


The global economic crisis that started in 2007 continues to demand short and medium-term solutions from politicians, business leaders and other opinion formers. However, in creating new regulatory bodies, commercial structures and globally coordinated approaches, leaders must consider the future impact of short-term measures.


These five areas are explored:

  • Distribution of global power
  • Resources: scarcity and competition
  • The future of financial markets
  • The corporate ecosystem
  • Governance and government

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