Crises Happen When We Believe There Is No Risk

This is a video excerpt from my keynote speech at the Bloomberg annual conference “The Next Big Thing”.

In it, I comment:

  • The saturation of demand-side policies.
  • Why do we call “uncertain” events that are quite certain
  • How crises happen when we think there is no risk.
  • The lon-term trend for the economy
  • Positive things to consider: Technology, longevity, growth in the middle class.

I hope you like it. Polite comments welcome.


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