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Global risks report 2015

November 23, 2015

In an interdependent, fast-moving world, organizations are increasingly confronted by risks that are complex in nature and global in consequence. The World Economic Forum’s annual Global Risks Report provides leaders from the private and public sectors with an independent platform to map, monitor and mitigate global risks. It analyses the perceived impact and likelihood of prevalent global risks over a ten-year time horizon.

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The 2015 edition of the Global Risks report completes a decade of highlighting the most significant long-term risks worldwide. Over that time, analysis has moved from risk identification to thinking through risk interconnections and the potentially cascading effects that result. Taking this effort one step further, this year’s report underscores potential causes as well as solutions to global risks. Not only do we set out a view on 28 global risks in the report’s traditional categories (economic, environmental, societal, geopolitical and technological) but also we consider the drivers of those risks in the form of 13 trends. In addition, we have selected initiatives for addressing significant challenges, which we hope will inspire collaboration among business, government and civil society communities.

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