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【英文】2020年全球风险报告(102页)

英文研究报告 2020-02-06 34 管理员

Today’s risk landscape is being shaped  in significant measure by an unsettled  geopolitical environment—one in which  new centres of power and influence are  forming—as old alliance structures and  global institutions are being tested. While  these changes can create openings for new  partnership structures, in the immediate  term, they are putting stress on systems of  coordination and challenging norms around  shared responsibility. Unless stakeholders  adapt multilateral mechanisms for this  turbulent period, the risks that were once  on the horizon will continue to arrive. The good news is that the window for action is  still open, if not for much longer. And, despite  global divisions, we continue to see members  of the business community signal their  commitment to looking beyond their balance  sheets and towards the urgent priorities ahead. The Global Risks Initiative It is fitting that this year’s report, which  makes clear the need for a multistakeholder  approach to mitigating risk, coincides  with the Forum’s 50th anniversary. As the  international organization for public-private  cooperation, the Forum brings together  leaders from the business, government and  non-profit communities for action-oriented  deliberations and uses the conclusions of  this report to inform its multistakeholder  initiatives throughout the year. Indeed, the Global Risks Report is itself the  result of a multistakeholder process. I am  grateful for the long-standing relationship  with our strategic partners, Marsh &  McLennan and Zurich Insurance Group,  who offered invaluable input to produce  this publication.

 I am also grateful to our  academic partners: the National University  of Singapore, the Oxford Martin School of  the University of Oxford, and the Wharton  Risk Management and Decision Processes  Center at the University of Pennsylvania.  Over the course of developing the report,  the Forum benefited from a committed  Advisory Board, who shaped the direction  of early drafts and provided beneficial  comments and insight throughout the  writing process. The Forum also hosted a  range of representatives from the public and  private sectors in September and October  for discussions in Geneva, New York and  Washington, DC, insights from which can  be found in these pages. The foundation of the report is our  annual Global Risks Perception Survey,  completed by approximately 800 members  of the Forum’s diverse communities. I am  particularly proud that for the first time we  are also featuring the results from more  than 200 members of our Global Shapers  Community—a generation of emerging  global social entrepreneurs and leaders.  This younger generation is increasingly  using its digital savviness—and its feet—to  spotlight issues, particularly relating to  climate change, that it sees as existential  risks not only to its generation but to the  wider global community.

【英文】2020年全球风险报告(102页)

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