Strategies for the Global Economic System for 2030

This book defines the basic conditions for the development of the modern global economy, analyzing future scenarios for its long-term development, and providing applied recommendations for the practical implementation of the optimal ...

Strategies for the Global Economic System for 2030

Against the background of continuing crises in the world’s economy, the question of what future awaits it in the third decade of the 21st century has become urgent. According to the paradigm model of long waves, the next global economic crisis is expected to transpire somewhere around 2030. This book defines the basic conditions for the development of the modern global economy, analyzing future scenarios for its long-term development, and providing applied recommendations for the practical implementation of the optimal scenario. The book first explores the conceptual vision of the future and the priorities for the strategic development of the global economic system until 2030. It then formulates the requirements for entrepreneurship to achieve the priorities of the strategic development of the global economic system including long-term industry solutions for entrepreneurship and markets. Third, it outlines the guidelines for state regulation of the global economic system in the interest of achieving the priorities of its strategic development in the period up to 2030.

The Global Economy in 2030

To provide a more accurate analysis of the likely course of worldwide financial developments, this volume concentrates on a set of critical economic factors and offers a description of the possible evolution of their reach and scope.

The Global Economy in 2030

This study concentrates on a set of critical economic factors that will shape future economic growth at the global level and offers a description of the possible evolution of their reach and scope. Our goal in pursuing this research is not to make precise predictions about growth rates or the size of individual economies, but to provide a guide for EU policy-makers by presenting an assessment of the possible implications of such trends for the global economy and the policy challenges they raise for Europe.0In an attempt to respond to this need, this study concentrates on a set of critical economic factors that will shape future economic growth at the global level and offers a description of the possible evolution of their reach and scope, which often go beyond the purely economic dimension. Our ultimate goal is to provide a guide for policy-makers by presenting an assessment of the possible implications of such trends for the global economy and the policy challenges they raise for Europe.

Financing for Development 2030 Global Agenda and Post Covid19 Challenges

This book is an outcome of the first of its kind e-conference in the middle of the Covid-19 pandemic, tackling the qucstions of cconomic growth recovery in the Global South and financing sustainable dcvclopment among the poor and vulncrable ...

Financing for Development 2030 Global Agenda and Post Covid19 Challenges

The COVID-19 pandemic has uncovered major weaknesses in our global system. It has shown beyond doubt how the prevalence of poverty, weak health systems, lack of cducation, and above all sub-optimal global coopcration is aggravating the crisis. Be- sides its immcdiatc impact on hcalth, the socio-cconomic conscqucnces of the pan-demic are likcly to be felt by cconomic actors all over the world, and the populations of developing countries and economies in transition are expected to be among those most vulnerable to suffer from COVID-19-related challenges. The economic impact of COVID-19 pandemic has also left its mark on Sustainable Development financing. Financing Sustainable Developmment is critical for the future of the countries of the Global South. These countries are dependent on a single source of financing i.e. the ODAs from thec developed Global North. It is estimated that the financing gap betwecn the pre and post pandemic times could increase by a whopping 70 pcrccnt, owing to the fall in ODAs as a result of poor growth outlook in the devcoped countrics. 'The retreat from globalisation and the devastating impact of the pandemic on global economic growth needs to be dealt with an alternate strategy for financing Sustainable Development. The post-pandemic development finance needs to tap into muliple sources of financing that might include the public domestic resources, private sector linance, ODA from other governmens and philanthropies, remittances and South-South lows. This book is an outcome of the first of its kind e-conference in the middle of the Covid-19 pandemic, tackling the qucstions of cconomic growth recovery in the Global South and financing sustainable dcvclopment among the poor and vulncrable commu-nities of the Global South. Prof.(Dr.) Hebatallah Adam is Associate Professor, Assistant Dean for Acadcmic Affairs of Jindal School of International Affairs ISIA) and Executive director of Jindal Centre for the Global South O.P.Jindal Global University, Haryana - India. She is affiliated as well to the Department of Economics, Faculty of Business, Ain Shams University Cairo-Egypt where she has acquired more than 17 years of research and academic leaching experience.

Towards the Re Industrialization of Europe

This book is intended as a significant contribution to the on-going European discussions after the economic crisis and the economic problems in many regions.

Towards the Re Industrialization of Europe

Not only are European industries shrinking and experiencing diminishment of their capability to add value, but Europe has lost more than a third of its GDP, which had been primarily based on manufacturing, and it suffers the consequences in high unemployment and weakened states finance. This book is intended as a significant contribution to the on-going European discussions after the economic crisis and the economic problems in many regions. It is meant to enrich actual political dialogues for overcoming the crises by activating new potentials of high added value. As such, it seeks to provide the necessary orientation for enacting fundamental changes of business models and factory capabilities in order to meet the challenges of the global economy and minimizing environmental impacts. It also opens perspectives for enterprise strategies and for further research topics. Concrete recommendations are made for fields of action and future development towards achieving a sustainable industrial sector in Europe. ‘Towards the Re-Industrialization of Europe’ is based on megatrends, societal challenges and objectives for factories development. Focused on the realization of these goals by 2030, the treatise addresses four major topics of the European strategy in manufacturing: manufacturing in the urban environment; green manufacturing; manufacturing in the value chain, and manufacturing in the age of knowledge and communication. One enabler of this strategic orientation is the implementation of holistic manufacturing systems which reflect manufacturing as a social-technical system that has to be innovated, optimized and adapted to the future requirements by implementation of enabling technologies and human skill. The public infrastructure and reviving industries must also be able to support the strengthening of the economy through collaboration in research and education.

Modern Global Economic System Evolutional Development vs Revolutionary Leap

The “Space 2030” agenda is envisioned as a comprehensive, forward-looking strategy for reaffirming and strengthening the contribution of space activities and space tools to the achievement of global agendas, addressing the long-term ...

Modern Global Economic System  Evolutional Development vs  Revolutionary Leap

This proceedings book reflects the alternative way of development of the modern global economic system. It sets evolutionary development in opposition to revolutionary leap. The search for the best way to develop the world economy in the present and future is carried out. The social environment and the human-centered development of the modern global economic system have been explored. The features of training of personnel for the modern global economic system through the development of vocational education and training have been studied. Sustainable development, energy and food security have been identified as significant milestones of the progress of the modern global economic system. Innovations and digital technologies have been suggested as the drivers of growth and development of the modern global economic system. Consideration has been given to the institutional framework and legal groundwork for the development of the modern global economic system. The fundamentals have been identified and recommendations have been put forward for improving governmental regulation, financial and capital investment support for integration in the modern global economic system. The book includes the best works based on the results of the 22nd International Research-to-Practice Conference “Current Issues of the Global Economy” which was held on June 19, 2020, at the Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (PFUR) (Moscow, Russia) and the 14th National Research-to-Practice Conference “A New Paradigm of Social and Economic Development in the Age of Intelligent Machines,” which was held on May 14–16, 2020 (Nizhny Novgorod, Russia), VIII International Research-to-Practice Conference “Multipolar Globalization and Russia,” which was held on May 21–23, 2020 (Rostov-on-Don, Russia), III All-Russian Research-to-Practice Conference “Power, Business, and Education: The Ascent to Man,” which was held on May 21–22, 2020 (Krasnoyarsk, Russia), International Research-to-Practice Conference “Current Issues and Ways of Industrial Development: Engineering and Technologies,” which was held from September 28, 2020, till October 1, 2020 (Komsomolsk-on-Amur), and the 15th National Research-to-Practice Conference “New Models of Behavior of Market Players in the Conditions of Digital Economy,” which was held on October 29–30, 2020, at Ufa State Oil Technical University, Institute of Economics and Service (Ufa, Russia). The target audience of the book consists of scholars studying the features of development of the global economic system at the present stage and the prospects for its future progress.

Report of the Secretary General on the Work of the Organization

In addition, the Secretary-General launched his Strategy for Financing the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, in which he sets out actions to better align global economic policies and financial systems and to enhance sustainable ...

Report of the Secretary General on the Work of the Organization

This report reflects upon the challenges and opportunities the United Nations has faced over the past year. It presents an account of the progress made and the impact of the work of the Organization across its priorities of maintaining international peace and security, protecting human rights, delivering humanitarian aid, promoting sustainable development and upholding international law. It offers a frank, realistic analysis of current global issues and emphasizes the importance of multilateral action to maintain and improve the current world situation.

Taxation International Cooperation and the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda

This open access volume addresses the link between international taxation, the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda and the medium-term revenue strategy concept.

Taxation  International Cooperation and the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda

This open access volume addresses the link between international taxation, the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda and the medium-term revenue strategy concept. It also analyses how countries and governments can reinforce this link in current and future initiatives in international taxation, including the base erosion profit shifting project initiated by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development with the political mandate of the G20. It discusses the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda that are relevant for taxation and assesses the current work done by international organizations, regional tax organizations and countries to achieve these Sustainable Development Goals. The contributions to this volume provide an interdisciplinary mix of expertise in tax law, international political economy, global governance and international relations. Through these different perspectives, this volume provides an elaborate reference and evaluation framework for multilateral cooperation on tax and development to strengthen the revenue system of developed and developing countries. This topical volume is of interest to students and researchers of the social sciences, law and economics, as well as policy makers working on taxation.

World Investment Report 2020

Objectives and specific actions of the Secretary-General's Financing Strategy 1 Aligning global economic policies and financial systems with the 2030 Agenda Objectives 2 Enhancing sustainable financing strategies and investments at ...

World Investment Report 2020

The 30th edition of the World Investment Report looks at the prospects for foreign direct investment and international production during and beyond the global crisis triggered by the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. The Report not only projects the immediate impact of the crisis on investment flows, but also assesses how it could affect a long-term structural transformation of international production. The theme chapter of the Report reviews the evolution of international production networks over the past three decades and examines the configuration of these networks today. It then projects likely course changes for the next decade due to the combined effects of the pandemic and pre-existing megatrends, including the new industrial revolution, the sustainability imperative and the retreat of laissez faire policies. The system of international production underpins the economic growth and development prospects of most countries around the world. Governments worldwide will need to adapt their investment and development strategies to a changing international production landscape. At the request of the UN General Assembly, the Report has added a dedicated section on investment in the Sustainable Development Goals, to review global progress and propose possible courses of action.

Global Trends to 2030

This text draws extensively on four previous, more detailed, reports drawn up under the ESPAS process to date, as well as on discussions at the annual ESPAS conferences, and on an extensive review of the existing literature on global trends ...

Global Trends to 2030


China 2030

These are some of the key findings of China 2030, a joint research report by a team from the World Bank and the Development Research Center of China s State Council.

China 2030

China should complete its transition to a market economy through enterprise, land, labor, and financial sector reforms, strengthen its private sector, open its markets to greater competition and innovation, and ensure equality of opportunity to help achieve its goal of a new structure for economic growth. These are some of the key findings of China 2030, a joint research report by a team from the World Bank and the Development Research Center of China s State Council. This report lays out the case for a new development strategy for China to rebalance the role of government and market, private sector and society to reach the goal of becoming a-high income country by 2030. China 2030 recommends steps to deal with the risks facing China over the next 20 years, including the risk of a hard landing in the short term, as well as challenges posed by an ageing and shrinking workforce, rising inequality, environmental stresses, and external imbalances. The report presents six strategic directions for China s future: Completing the transition to a market economy; Accelerating the pace of open innovation; Going green to transform environmental stresses into green growth as a driver for development; Expanding opportunities and services such as health, education and access to jobs for all people; Modernizing and strengthening its domestic fiscal system; and Seeking mutually beneficial relations with the world by connecting China s structural reforms to the changing international economy.

Global Trends to 2030

The next decade will be defining for the future of Europe and Europe's role in the world.

Global Trends to 2030

The next decade will be defining for the future of Europe and Europe’s role in the world. Seismic global power shifts; pressure on liberal democracies; challenges to global governance; the transformation of economic models and the very fabric of societies; new uses and misuses of technology; contrasting demographic patterns; and humanity’s growing ecological footprint – the world is well on its way towards a new geopolitical, geo-economic and geo-technological order. What role will Europe play in this fast-changing world? How can the European Union ensure that it does not end up a middle power, caught between the United States and China? What will it take for Europe to hold its destiny in its own hands in 2030? The future is now, and tomorrow’s challenges (and opportunities) are determined by today’s choices. But the future is not what it used to be. The world is far more complex, contested and competitive than before – and is changing at unprecedented pace. The interconnected and interdependent nature of national, European and global affairs has put a new premium on agile policy- and decision-making, resilience, strategic foresight, and anticipatory governance – all of which are more important now than ever before. Despite being more necessary and urgent, developing a ‘culture of preparedness’ and proactively shaping the future has also become more difficult and testing. Without purporting to be all-encompassing, this report seeks to pull together available evidence for what one may well call a European reality-check.

The U S Army in Asia 2030 2040

Isolating it through a Cold War–like strategy is not feasible, and containing it would be extremely challenging. ... North Korea is an anomaly in this environment, existing outside the global economic system and thus unrestrained by it, ...

The U S  Army in Asia  2030   2040

Looking to the 2030–2040 time frame, the U.S. Army will play an important role in helping U.S. policy and military strategy strike a balance between cooperating with China and deterring potential Chinese expansionism.

OECD Development Pathways Multi dimensional Review of Kazakhstan Volume 1 Initial Assessment

Kazakhstan has been repeatedly hit by external economic crises and its past policy efforts were not sufficient to make the country more resilient through a more diversified economic structure the industrial strategy of the government of ...

OECD Development Pathways Multi dimensional Review of Kazakhstan Volume 1  Initial Assessment

Kazakhstan’s economy and society have undergone deep transformations since the country declared independence in 1991. Kazakhstan’s growth performance since 2000 has been impressive, averaging almost 8% per annum in real terms and leading to job creation and progress in the well-being of its citizens

Growth Poles of the Global Economy Emergence Changes and Future Perspectives

It should be noted that the us security strategy is mobilized not only to protect its own economic interests from ... the market economy, as in the Soviet Union the concept of “economic security” in the system of economic categories was ...

Growth Poles of the Global Economy  Emergence  Changes and Future Perspectives

The book presents the best contributions from the international scientific conference “Growth Poles of the Global Economy: Emergence, Changes and Future,” which was organized by the Institute of Scientific Communications (Volgograd, Russia) together with the universities of Kyrgyzstan and various other cities in Russia. The 143 papers selected, focus on spatial and sectorial structures of the modern global economy according to the theory of growth poles. It is intended for representatives of the academic community: university and college staff developing study guides on socio-humanitarian disciplines in connection with the theory of growth poles, researchers, and undergraduates, masters, and postgraduates who are interested in the recent inventions and developments in the field. It is also a valuable resource for expert practitioners managing entrepreneurial structures in the existing and prospective growth poles of the global economy as well as those at international institutes that regulate growth poles. The first part of the book investigates the factors and conditions affecting the emergence of the growth poles of the modern global economy. The second part then discusses transformation processes in the traditional growth poles of the global economy under the influence of the technological progress. The third part examines how social factors affect the formation of new growth poles of the modern global economy. Lastly, the fourth part offers perspectives on the future growth of the global economy on the basis of the digital economy and Industry 4.0.

Report of the Inter agency Task Force on Financing for Development 2019

Our shared challenge is to make the international trading and financial systems fit for purpose to advance ... which sets out priority actions to align global economic policies and financial systems with the 2030 Agenda and sieze the ...

Report of the Inter agency Task Force on Financing for Development 2019

The Financing for Sustainable Development Report 2019 assesses the global economic context for development financing, highlighting growing global risks and challenges, and the need for collective action to create a more enabling international environment. This global context chapter is complemented by a thematic chapter focused on national financing frameworks for the SDGs – laying out actions that countries can take to finance their national strategies and plans and implement the Addis Agenda at the country level. The remainder of the report assesses progress in the seven action areas of the Addis Ababa Action Agenda.

A Proposed United States Grand Strategy for 2015 2030

How should the United States achieve its national security objectives, given its current and projected economic condition, for the period 2015 to 2030?

A Proposed United States Grand Strategy for 2015 2030

How should the United States achieve its national security objectives, given its current and projected economic condition, for the period 2015 to 2030? This paper examines the imbalance of stated United States national security objectives (ends) with the current and projected economic resources (means) to accomplish these objectives. A basic premise of this paper is the following: for the United States to preserve its ability to function as a great power within the international system of the 2030-2040 timeframe, this nation must regenerate its economic strength and recapitalize select defense capabilities during the 2015-2030 period. Not doing so risks this country's global position and power in the mid-21st century. For a successful regeneration and recapitalization effort, the 2015-2030 period will require a modification to current national security plans and policies. This examination includes a review of current U.S. grand strategy objectives, provides analysis of the current U.S. economic situation and impact on future grand strategy, includes a historical review of selected past great powers and their efforts to maintain power within the international system, and offers recommendations for designing a U.S. grand strategy for the 2015-2030 timeframe.

Alternate Global Transition Pathways to 2050

Current global resource assessments (IPCC, 2018; IRP, 2019; IPBES, 2019; IPCC, 2019) signal the unsustainability of the present economic system and resource use.

Alternate Global Transition Pathways to 2050

Current global resource assessments (IPCC, 2018; IRP, 2019; IPBES, 2019; IPCC, 2019) signal the unsustainability of the present economic system and resource use. Indeed, today's economic system is confronted with the need to decarbonise energy markets and lower greenhouse gas emissions, responsibly manage our natural resources, reduce social inequalities, and meet the food security demands of an increasing global population, whilst continuing to deliver on the 'traditional' metrics of economic growth and living standards. The updated European Bioeconomy Strategy (EC, 2018a) signals the transformative potential of the bioeconomy to address these multiple policy aims. As the bioeconomy incorporates a range of diverse economic activities, the Bioeconomy Strategy inevitably encompasses a broad array of public policies and initiatives, which heightens the need for a coherent approach to their design and implementation to minimise the risk of potential trade-offs or conflicts. This same ethos of interconnectivity is also embedded within the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) (UN, 2015). The bioeconomy has been identified as one of the building blocks of the European Commission Communication A Clean Planet for all: A European strategic long-term vision for a prosperous, modern, competitive and climate neutral economy (Long-term strategy - LTS) (EC, 2018b), and as an important part of the Common Agricultural Policy strategic plans. The role of the bioeconomy as a strategy connecting and leading policies towards more coherence is also emphasised within the agenda of the forthcoming Commission (EC, 2019). The proposed European Green Deal encompasses a New Circular Economy Action Plan focusing on sustainable resource use, a Sustainable Europe Investment Plan, a Biodiversity Strategy for 2030 and a new 'Farm to Fork Strategy' on sustainable food throughout the value chain. This technical report presents results of a medium- to long-run modelling exercise, analysing how the bioeconomy and its key objectives could evolve over a medium- to long-term time horizon.

Global Environment Outlook GEO 6 Healthy Planet Healthy People

... Environment adopted in 2016; ❖ Help UN Environment align its strategic planning to the 2030 Agenda and strengthen collaboration with the rest of the UN system, and in doing so, embed the environment in global normative frameworks, ...

Global Environment Outlook     GEO 6  Healthy Planet  Healthy People

Published to coincide with the Fourth United Nations Environmental Assembly, UN Environment's sixth Global Environment Outlook calls on decision makers to take bold and urgent action to address pressing environmental issues in order to protect the planet and human health. By bringing together hundreds of scientists, peer reviewers and collaborating institutions and partners, the GEO reports build on sound scientific knowledge to provide governments, local authorities, businesses and individual citizens with the information needed to guide societies to a truly sustainable world by 2050. GEO-6 outlines the current state of the environment, illustrates possible future environmental trends and analyses the effectiveness of policies. This flagship report shows how governments can put us on the path to a truly sustainable future - emphasising that urgent and inclusive action is needed to achieve a healthy planet with healthy people. This title is also available as Open Access on Cambridge Core.

Australia Army Handbook Volume 1 Strategic Information and Materials

Australia's strategic outlook over the coming decades will continue to be shaped by the changing global ... Australia are not likely to see the emergence of an alternative political and economic system to rival the network of liberal, ...

Australia Army Handbook Volume 1 Strategic Information and Materials

2011 Updated Reprint. Updated Annually. Australia Army Handbook

Emerging Issues in the Global Economy

2017 International Economics Conference in Sibiu (IECS) Silvia Cristina Mărginean, Claudia Ogrean, Ramona Orăștean ... One of the main goals of the state energy policy in the energy strategy by 2030 is the satisfaction of Ukraine in ...

Emerging Issues in the Global Economy

This proceedings volume provides current research on emerging issues in business, economics and finance in the global economy with particular emphasis on Eastern Europe. Featuring selected papers from the 2017 International Economics Conference in Sibiu (IECS) organized by the Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu, Romania, the contributing chapters consider new business models, theories, practices and instruments from advanced and emerging economies in the context of recent global trends. After over 20 years of increasing openness and liberation of the world economy, recent events in regions such as Europe, USA and Asia have created challenges to the idea of globalization and integration. There is a delay between the real-world economic changes and the reflection of such changes in the economic research literature. The 2017 IECS conference and the enclosed papers aim to fill this gap in the study of globalization, covering diverse topics such as business administration, sustainability, corporate social responsibility, finance, accounting, tourism and business informatics.