Nouriel Roubini : MegaThreats. Ten Dangerous Trends That Imperil Our Future, And How to Survive Them – Little, Brown, 2022
- I predicted the 2008 crash – these are the global ‘megathreats’ I can see now – Nouriel Roubini, The Guardian, 5.11.22
Life as we know it is under threat, as short-term-thinking politicians ignore the signs that point to a dystopian future
- Vine criza economică sau nu? Cele 10 „mega-amenințări” ale viitorului și cum să le facem față – panorama, 12.01.23
Megathreats by Nouriel Roubini — an avalanche of coming disasters – John Thornhill, Financial Times, 12.10.22
The economist who predicted the 2008 crash warns of disturbingly plausible calamities, from climate to currency and debt crises
- Sleepwalking on Megathreat Mountain – Nouriel Roubini, PS, 18.01.23
Whatever one’s favored terminology for describing the current moment, there is widespread agreement that we are facing unprecedented, unusual, and unexpected levels of uncertainty, auguring a future of crisis, instability, and conflict. But whether we will actually do anything about it remains to be seen.
- More War Means More Inflation – Nouriel Roubini, Project Syndicate, 30.12.22
Advanced economies and emerging markets are increasingly engaged in necessary “wars” – some real, some metaphorical – that will lead to even larger fiscal deficits, more debt monetization, and higher inflation on a persistent basis. The future will be stagflationary, and the only question is how bad it will be.
- The Age of Megathreats – Nouriel Roubini, Project Syndicate, 4.11.22
For four decades after World War II, climate change and job-displacing artificial intelligence were not on anyone’s mind, and terms like “deglobalization” and “trade war” had no purchase. But now we are entering a new era that will more closely resemble the tumultuous and dark decades between 1914 and 1945.
Mégamenaces, un avenir sombre, des politiques dans le déni ? Nouriel Roubini – ThinkerView, 16.01.23
Economic ‘mega threats’ – star economist Nouriel Roubini on the dangers lurking in 2023 – DW News, 31.12.23
- Top economist Nouriel Roubini speaks to DW on what he calls the ‘mega threats’ facing the globe in the coming year and beyond. The past year was dire for the global economy but what does 2023 hold? The IMF says the eurozone could narrowly avoid a recession. The rise of AI could call millions of jobs into question. Alongside the conflict in Ukraine, China’s tension with Taiwan appears to be growing. India will overtake China to become the world’s most populous country. This new year could see more economic upheaval than the last.
Author Talks: A Conversation with Nouriel Roubini and Kristalina Georgieva – IMF, 15.12.22
- Kristalina Georgieva and Nouriel Roubini discuss Roubini’s latest book, Megathreats: Ten Dangerous Trends that Imperil Our Future and How to Survive Them, and how megathreats could imperil our future and the policies that can help avert them.
Nouriel Roubini on 10 ‘megathreats’ to our world and how to stop them – Channel 4, 12.22
- Nouriel Roubini is an economist, a professor in New York, a global economic consultant and an author who, amongst many distinguishing things, was one of those who foresaw the 2008 credit crunch and financial crisis.
- His latest work is called ‘Megathreats’, and it details 10 trends that make it more likely than not that we are heading for a global economic crash of stagnant growth, debt crises and high inflation that will cause decades of dystopian suffering and injustice. No wonder they call him Dr. Doom. In this episode, Nouriel joins Krishnan to talk about climate change, job-displacing artificial intelligence and our future.
Nouriel Roubini: Megathreats – How to Survive the Ten Trends that Imperil Our Future – The Conduit, 6.12.22
- Nouriel Roubini was dubbed ‘Dr Doom’ when he predicted the 2008 crash. In conversation with Paul van Zyl, the former White House economic advisor will share a frightening glimpse into the world’s future.
- Today, we are heading towards a Great Stagflation that will make the 1970s look moderate. There is a slight chance we can avoid it if we come to our senses – but we must act now.
MegaThreats: A Virtual Evening with Nouriel Roubini – Books & Books, 21.10.22
- Professor of economics at New York University’s Stern School of Business, and author Nouriel Roubini spoke about his book MegaThreats: Ten Dangerous Trends That Imperil Our Future, And How to Survive Them.
Nouriel Roubini Predicts a Crisis ‘Worse’ Than the 1970s – Bloombers Podcasts, 20.10.22
- Nouriel Roubini is known for his bearish prognostications. And unfortunately, he still doesn’t see any good news on the horizon. In fact, things are going to get much worse, says the famous economist and author of the new book “MegaThreats: Ten Dangerous Trends That Imperil Our Future, And How to Survive Them.” He believes that due to a rolling series of supply shocks, some of which are still unfolding, we’ll have a severe downturn before we get relief from inflation. Unlike the 1970s he says, high levels of private sector debt will make it harder to fight higher prices, and that central banks will reverse course as things start to break in financial markets.
Nouriel Roubini: Megathreats – Commonwealth Club of California, 10.22
- In the 1970s, the United States faced stagflation: high rates of inflation combined with stagnant employment and growth. Global economist Nouriel Roubini predicts we are heading toward another Great Stagflation that will be difficult to recover from.
- Is it too late to avoid this economic catastrophe? Financial and geopolitical certainties that we once took for granted have disappeared, and Roubini says we are now facing a period of severe instability, conflict and chaos. He offers a sobering analysis of 10 “megathreats” that are interconnected, immense in scale, and bearing down on us. Hear more as Roubini predicts what is likely to unfold if we don’t reverse course and act now.
- Nouriel Roubini Professor of Economics, New York University’s Stern School of Business; Author, MegaThreats: Ten Dangerous Trends That Imperil Our Future, And How to Survive Them
- In Conversation with Barry Eichengreen George C. Pardee and Helen N. Pardee Professor of Economics and Political Science, University of California, Berkeley
MegaThreats: Ten Dangerous Trends That Imperil Our Future, And How to Survive Them – Concordia, 22.09.22
Nouriel Roubini: Una dintre provocările unei țări ca România este că au plecat “creierele”. Ce trebuie făcut – 30.07.20
- ”Trebuie să investiți mai mult în capitalul uman care există încă în țară. Doi: cred că România poate face mult mai multe reforme structurale, reforme instituționale, reforme judiciare și de alte feluri. Aveți nevoie de o strategie pe termen mediu și lung pentru a crește productivitatea și potențialul de creștere a țării pentru ca lumea să simtă că are oportunități de joburi, de venituri, de afaceri și antreprenoriat acasă. Economia suferă, trebuie să oferi ajutor pentru venituri pentru cei mai afectați. Cei ale căror locuri de muncă sunt în pericol sau au devenit șomeri sau sunt foarte săraci. În același timp trebuie să fii sigur că întreprinderile mici, afacerile mici, microîntreprinderile care sunt fără lichidități sau în insolvență să nu ajungă la faliment”, a declarat economistul.
Revisiting the White Swans of 2020 – 29.07.20
- At the start of the year, when COVID-19 was barely on anyone’s radar outside of China, the global economy was entering a fraught phase, facing a range of potentially devastating tail risks. And though the pandemic has since turned the world on its head, all of these threats remain – and some have become more salient.
- Why are financial markets blissfully ignoring these risks? After falling by 30-40% at the beginning of the pandemic, many equity markets have recovered most of their losses, owing to the massive fiscal-policy response and hopes for an imminent COVID-19 vaccine. The V-shaped recovery in markets indicates that investors are anticipating a V-shaped recovery in the economy.
- The problem is that what was true in February remains true today: the economy could still quickly be derailed by another economic, financial, geopolitical, or public-health tail risk, many of which have persisted and, in some cases, grown more acute during the current crisis. Markets are not very good at pricing political and geopolitical – let alone environmental – tail risks, because their probability is difficult to assess. But, given the developments of the last few months, we should not be surprised if one or more white swans emerge to shake the global economy again before the year is out.
The Main Street Manifesto – 24.06.20
- The historic protests sweeping America were long overdue, not just as a response to racism and police violence, but also as a revolt against entrenched plutocracy. With a growing number of Americans falling into unemployment and economic insecurity, while major corporations take bailouts and slash labor costs, something had to give.
The White Swans of 2020 – 17.02.20
- Financial markets remain blissfully in denial of the many predictable global crises that could come to a head this year, particularly in the months before the US presidential election. In addition to the increasingly obvious risks associated with climate change, at least four countries want to destabilize the US from within.