World Economic Forum highlights Global Risks ahead of Davos
The Global Risks Report 2015 has been released by the World Economic Forum, ahead of their 45th annual meeting starting in Davos on January 21.
The report features an expert assessment of the top global risk over the next 10 years. Over 900 analysts contributed to the report.
Not surprisingly, geopolitical interstate conflict with regional consequences tops the list this year. Extreme weather events, failure of national governance systems, state collapse or crisis and unemployment also make the Global Risk Report Top 5.
Tony spoke with Margareta Drzeniek-Hanouz, Director and Lead Economist, Global Competitiveness and Benchmarking from the World Economic Forum on Drivetime, about the Global Risk Report: