The World in 2011 includes information on a variety of topics, from currency wars stoked by the G-20 and historic bailouts in Europe to the vulnerability of micro-lending and a new majority in Congress.
The Economist executive editor Daniel Franklin joins Patt with his predictions for the biggest global economic stories of 2011. Just in time for the magazine’s publication of The World in 2011, which predicts the trends, issues, and people who will shape the year ahead, Franklin fields your questions and Patt’s about everything, from currency wars stoked by the G-20 and historic bailouts in Europe to the vulnerability of micro-lending and a new majority in Congress. Plus, it gives readers a look back at the past 25 years, which predictions the publication got right and wrong, and how that bodes for the global, economic recovery outlook.
Daniel Franklin, executive editor of The Economist and editor of The World in..., the magazine's annual feature focusing on the trends, issues, and ideas that will shape the year ahead.