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||2020 A year of shocks that tested resilience 12 highlights from McKinsey Global Institute 2020 research In the year of the pandemic, it became more important than ever to see risks clearly and respond to them vigorously. Since its founding 30 years ago, the McKinsey Global Institute has explored key trends shaping business and the economy. In 2020, COVID(cid:31)19 paused some of those trends, accelerated others, and added a new set of risks and challenges but also new opportunities. This infogra||McKinsey||, mckinsey global institute , global institute , cid , global , mckinsey global , global growth , share of global growth , health impact , institute , recovery recurring health impact , growth , asia , impact , health , jobs , global gdp , recurring health impact , contained health impact , mckinsey||31-Jan-2021||auto-generated|
||BPEA Conference Drafts, June 25, 2020 Income and poverty in the COVID-19 pandemic Jeehoon Han, University of Chicago Bruce D. Meyer, University of Chicago James X. Sullivan, University of Notre Dame Conflict of Interest Disclosure: The authors did not receive financial support from any firm or person for this paper or from any firm or person with a financial or political interest in this paper. They are currently not officers, directors, or board members of any organization with an interest in||McKinsey||, week of the month , population in a state , asec for the period , report on the economic , benefit for the covid , estimates for each month , income has little effect , questions about many income , percentile for each month , families at all income , reports in the monthly , poverty will help fed||31-Jan-2021||auto-generated|
||The New Physics of Financial Services Understanding how artificial intelligence is transforming the financial ecosystem Part of the Future of Financial Services series | Prepared in collaboration with Deloitte August 2018 Introductions Foreword Consistent with the World Economic Forum s mission of applying a multistakeholder approach to address issues of global impact, creating this report involved extensive outreach and dialogue with numerous organizations and individuals. They included the For||WEF||, institutions with a high , cost of its investment , firms have a head , advice from different customer , shift in how institutions , sector and an introduction , capabilities that ai offers , institutions and the competitive , automates much of customers , members of the financial , partnerships a||1-Feb-2021||auto-generated|
||World Scenario Series Resource scarcity The Future Availability of Natural Resources A New Paradigm for Global Resource Availability November 2014 World Economic Forum 2014 - All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, including photocopying and recording, or by any information storage and retrieval system. The views expressed are those of certain participants in the discussion and do not necessarily reflect the views of all part||WEF||, underestimated for other resources , report from the economics , paradigms to the scenarios , risks to the global , research at the university , paradigms to help stakeholders , management of such resources , demand at a global , state of the world , risks in the forum , availability in the time ,||1-Feb-2021||auto-generated|
||A Blueprint for Digital Identity The Role of Financial Institutions in Building Digital Identity An Industry Project of the Financial Services Community | Prepared in collaboration with Deloitte Part of the Future of Financial Services Series August 2016 Foreword Consistent with the World Economic Forum s mission of applying a multi stakeholder approach to address issues of global impact, the creation of this report involved extensive outreach and dialogue with the financial services community,||WEF||, provider for the user , access to the data , system is to provide , information from the gleif , information in a centralized , problem how should digital , information from the idp , entities should have access , solution to the global , concierge is a digital , authentication as a solution , pro||2-Feb-2021||auto-generated|
||Regional Agenda Rethinking Arab Employment A Systemic Approach for Resource-Endowed Economies Part of the New Vision for Arab Employment Initiative of the World Economic Forum October 2014 Contents System Introduction the Main Causes of Youth Unemployment GCC Countries 15 1. Dynamics of the Employment 15 2. Vulnerabilities of the 3 Preface 4 Executive Summary 6 10 Part I Stakeholders Perceptions of 12 Part II The Employment System in 26 Part III Interventions 30 Conclusion: Perspectives for Furt||WEF||, market and to increase , perceptions of certain job , people than the oil , skills for these sectors , countries in the gulf , stakeholders have different perceptions , cooperation between the private , people in the government , people to keep job , jobs in the private , job in the public , labou||2-Feb-2021||auto-generated|
||Insight Report Our Shared Digital Future Building an Inclusive, Trustworthy and Sustainable Digital Society December 2018 World Economic Forum 91-93 route de la Capite CH-1223 Cologny/Geneva Switzerland Tel.: +41 (0)22 869 1212 Fax: +41 (0)22 786 2744 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.weforum.org 2018 World Economic Forum. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, including photocopying and recording, or by any information storage||WEF||, services or new innovations , development of ai contract , trust across a system , science of the internet , companies across the world , collaboration by the world , transformation of the economy , stewardship of a global , japan will take initiative , security as a global , world where all indiv||5-May-2021||auto-generated|
||Technology and Innovation in Financial Services: Scenarios to 2020 S E I R E S O I R A N E C S D L R O W The views expressed in this publication do not necessarily reflect the views of the World Economic Forum. World Economic Forum 91-93 route de la Capite CH-1223 Cologny/Geneva Switzerland Tel.: +41 (0)22 869 1212 Fax: +41 (0)22 786 2744 E-mail: email@example.com www.weforum.org 2007 World Economic Forum All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in WSS_||WEF||, markets at the time , scenarios for the future , providers and fs players , access to the large , systems into a single , home of the internet , frontier with many local , frontier with more local , development of the scenarios , security in the digital , institutions that were world , time in eac||5-May-2021||auto-generated|