Seasonal holiday time, a time with few work e-mails and even less phone calls. A time to reflect, rest, catch up on writing and not the least a time for family. This year my son is visiting New York and other family members are away with different priorities, so I have plenty of time both… Continue reading The World in 2016 – According to the Economist
Connectivity is at the heart of what makes airlines successful. Regional airlines feed to national hubs. International airlines take on and ferry travellers across continents. But how does the success of airlines relate to the success of the places where they base their hubs? The globalised economy and rapidly developing new cities (in particularly in… Continue reading Airport Hubs and Growth
In this weeks issue of The Economist, there is an article titled “Travelling light” that we would like to recommend. Do read it. The Economist makes the point that travelling by itself is so polluting to the environment, that sustainable tourism does not make sense. To quote the article: “According to the World Tourism Organisation… Continue reading The Paradox of Sustainable Tourism
Long-term forecasts and scenarios are vital for businesses that are making strategic business decisions over long time frames, and even though we know they are only approximations, we can learn quite a lot from macroeconomic models. Macroeconomists develop models that explain the relationship between such factors as national income, output, consumption, unemployment, inflation, savings, investment,… Continue reading Long-term Macroeconomic Forecasts – Key Trends to 2050
Time is money. In the video below, The Economist has made an animated info graphic showing the top three economies throughout history. Which country has the biggest economy?
The Economist has published an infograph video showing how the world population has been changing since the 1950s, and how it is predicted to change until 2050. In what way is the planet´s population changing?
The financial sector has become an increasingly important part of GDP. Paris School of Economics and The Economist have published the brief video below, showing development since 1952. The Financial Sectors growth
The Economist has published a brief video on how the world economy has developed over the past five years. See below. World GDP
The Economist has published a fascinating brief video, comparing the severity of the history´s financial crises. Enjoy! Les Miserables
The Economist this week (Oct 15 issue) includes a special report on the world economy, where an important conclusion is that the forward march of globalisation has paused since the financial crisis, with nations states and trade unions returning to a more conditional, interventionist and nationalist model. According to The Economist, a simple measure of… Continue reading The Current State of Globalisation