If the global economy could be summarized in a single word, perhaps it would be unsteady. Given current economic and political complications, what lies ahead for the United States and the broader global economy in 2024? Join us in Chicago on January 10 to find out.The Signal and the Noise: What Lies Ahead for the Global Economy
Economic Outlook Events
Since 1954, Booth’s Economic Outlook series has provided a forum for thought leaders to confront the future, evaluate emerging trends, and share their key insights. Discover our upcoming events.
Advances in technology and artificial intelligence are going to fundamentally reshape jobs, industries, and economies. But just how significant will those changes be for the economies of Europe, the Middle East, and Africa? Join us virtually to discuss what lies ahead for the economies of EMEA.
What should policymakers in the APAC region do to protect their citizens from the coming climate crisis? How disruptive will climate change be for ordinary citizens in this vulnerable part of the world? Find out at our virtual Hong Kong Economic Outlook event.What the Climate Crisis Means for APAC Economies
Is a global recession in 2023 inevitable, or is there light at the end of the tunnel? On January 10, leading economic experts at this year’s Economic Outlook in Chicago discussed their insights and predictions for the upcoming year.Global Instability, Economic Uncertainty, and What Lies Ahead
At the 2023 Economic Outlook event in Hong Kong, leading economic experts discussed what’s next for the economies of Asia amid so much regional and global instability.Inflation, Interest Rates, and the Risks Facing Asian Economies
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