No ordinary disruption : the four global forces breaking all the trends / Richard Dobbs, James Manyika, Jonathan Woetzel
- Part I. The four disruptive forces. Beyond Shanghai : the age of urbanization -- The tip of the iceberg : accelerating technological change -- Getting old isn't what it used to be : responding to the challenges of an aging world -- Trade, people, finance, and data : greater global connections -- Part II. Intuition resets. The next three billion : tapping the power of the new consuming class -- Reversing the cycle : resource opportunity -- End of an era : farewell to increasingly cheaper capital? -- The jobs gap : overcoming dislocation in the labor market -- From minnows to sharks : rise of new competitors and a changing basis of competition -- Policy matters : challenges for society and governance -- Concluding thoughts.
- Offers an analysis of four forces that are transforming the global economy, including the rise of emerging markets, accelerating technological change, an aging world population, and increased global flows of trade, people, and capital.
- 9781610395793 (HC)
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- Includes bibliographical references (pages 213-257) and index.
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