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A.T. Kearney Global Trends 2017–2022--The Centrality of Governance

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The Global Business Policy Council has identified five macro trends that will affect the global operating environment through 2022. In this year’s assessment, a common element underlying all five trends is the uncertain role of governance and governments, at both the national and subnational levels.

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A.T. Kearney Global Trends 2017–2022--The Centrality of Governance

  1. 1. Global Trends 2017–2022 The Centrality of Governance Read full report
  2. 2. Global Trends 2017–2022 The Centrality of Governance Read full report Five macro trends will shape the global outlook and operating environment.
  3. 3. Read full report Global Trends 2017–2022 The Centrality of Governance One common element underlying all five trends is the outsized role of governance—at both the national and local levels.
  4. 4. Read full report Global Trends 2017–2022 The Centrality of Governance Islandization of the global economy: restrictions on immigration, trade, and other cross- border flows are up.
  5. 5. Read full report Global Trends 2017–2022 The Centrality of Governance The nations that led the globalized economy are now leading the retreat into islandization.
  6. 6. Read full report Global Trends 2017–2022 The Centrality of Governance Growing debt overhang: Driven up by low interest rates, debt levels around the world have skyrocketed.
  7. 7. Read full report Global Trends 2017–2022 The Centrality of Governance Government debt exceeds the size of the domestic economy in Italy, Portugal, Cyprus, and Belgium. But corporate debt has risen most dramatically in emerging markets.
  8. 8. Read full report Global Trends 2017–2022 The Centrality of Governance New urban transportation age: With congestion in global cities hindering growth, innovation appears to be ending the age of the automobile.
  9. 9. Read full report Global Trends 2017–2022 The Centrality of Governance Traffic delays cost the British, German, and American economies about $450 billion in 2016.
  10. 10. Read full report Global Trends 2017–2022 The Centrality of Governance Tech metals supply crunch: As the global economy rapidly digitizes, dependency on crucial minerals has grown.
  11. 11. Read full report Global Trends 2017–2022 The Centrality of Governance The battery industry uses about 42 percent of the world’s cobalt production, and more than half of all cobalt comes from one country: the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
  12. 12. Read full report Global Trends 2017–2022 The Centrality of Governance Rising threat of superbugs: Resistance to micro- organisms is just the tip of the iceberg as other health threats emerge globally.
  13. 13. Read full report Global Trends 2017–2022 The Centrality of Governance At least 700,000 people die world- wide every year from infections that no longer respond to antibiotics.
  14. 14. A.T. Kearney is a leading global management consulting firm with offices in 40 countries. Since 1926, we have been trusted advisors to the world’s foremost organizations. A.T. Kearney is a partner-owned firm, committed to helping clients achieve immediate impact and growing advantage on their most mission-critical issues. For more information, visit www.atkearney.com. Read full report Talk to our experts For more information about Global Trends 2017–2022, including a review of how our 2016 predictions have fared, please visit : www.atkearney.com/GT2017

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