“In August 2022, when central bankers from around the world gathered for their annual meeting … a consensus emerged that the current methods for managing business cycles are woefully insufficient for managing today’s current economic and societal crises,” says Olaf Groth, one of the authors of a new book, “The Great Remobilization.”
“We have the energy crisis, we have the food crisis,” says Groth, “we have the supply chain crisis and we have the war in Ukraine, all of which have profound implications for the economic performance of the world.”
The book goes on to say the limited abilities of bankers and governments to address large-scale issues demand a new way of addressing challenges. “The stakes have never been higher, incremental changes won’t work, we need step-change redesigns of our global frameworks.”
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