Risk and Resilience

Why a global recession isn't inevitable 

Can governments and businesses chart a course to navigate growing risks to the global economy? Image: REUTERS/Bob Strong

Beñat Bilbao-Osorio

Head, Frontier Insights, World Economic Forum

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Yiled curve inversions have preceded the previous three downturns - is another on the cards today? Image: CBS/US Treasury/Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis

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