We’re on the cusp of the biggest financial crisis since the Great Depression, and for many, the fallout will be worse than the one we experienced a quarter century ago.
But that doesn’t mean we’re all doomed.
For some, the looming debt crisis isn’t just an existential threat, but an opportunity for a better future.
For others, it’s a time to turn the page on a long-gone era.
As they explore the impact of the looming crisis on the global economy, this team looks at what they’ll be doing in the next few years to prepare for a world in which the economy remains weak and a debt crisis is imminent.
The team discusses the future of the global financial system, and what the risks are, what it means for the global community and how the United States could mitigate any damage if it’s unable to deal with the consequences of the debt crisis.