February 23, 2013

Global Risk Landscape 2013


The World Economic Forum created an intriguing set of 50 'global risks'. The global risk that respondents rated most likely to manifest over the next 10 years is severe income disparity, while the risk rated as having the highest impact if it were to manifest is major systemic financial failure. There are also two risks appearing in the top five of both impact and likelihood – chronic fiscal imbalances and water supply crisis.

The most 'worrying' risks are up and to the right (higher probability and high impact).

Chronic Fiscal Imbalances tops the chart along with Sever Income Disparity.





The Top 5 Global Risks by Impact have evolved notably over the past few years.




The Top 5 Global 'Most Likely' Risks have also evolved but Economic remains the most dominant.


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