The economic and geopolitical outlook for 2023
2022 was a year of severe turbulence, with a war in Europe, a global energy crisis and unprecedented inflation that triggered a synchronized monetary tightening response by central banks.
What's the outlook for 2023? With Megan Green and Matthew Goodwin, renowned experts and regular contributors to these talks, we discuss the current state of the global economy, politics and financial markets, focusing on what to expect in the near future. We try to shed light on the geopolitical landscape and trade relations, China's reopening, the central banks' roadmap and the US dollar's performance.
We explore the risks and opportunities to expect this year in what promises to be a very interesting talk.
Megan Greene is Senior Fellow at Harvard Kennedy School and Dame DeAnne Julius Senior Fellow in International Economicss at Chatham House.
She writes a regular column on global macroeconomics in the Financial Times and contributes to various media outlets.
Matthew Goodwin is an academic, speaker and bestseller writer who is known for his work on political volatility, risk, populism, British and European politics, elections and Brexit. He is Professor of Politics at Rutherford College, University of Kent, and Associate Fellow at the Royal Institute of International Affairs, at Chatham House. Matthew’s latest book was the Sunday Times bestseller, National Populism. He regularly speaks to investors, financial institutions and governments about political issues.
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