Energy prices are a continuing concern to world economies. If oil prices do continue to increase, the rate of recovery of world economies may be slowed.
Ballooning U.S. deficits present real challenges for the U.S. and world economies. Management of debt costs and hedging against currency risk will be imperative.
When currency exchange rates change, knowing how a weaker American dollar is likely to affect your business may save some critical mistakes.
Deflation has become a hot topic for the first time since the 1930s when the economies of the world faced global deflation.
Managers must prepare practical, relevant business plans and strategic initiatives to deal with falling prices in the U.S. economy if they occur.
If the capital markets are to function safely and fairly, incentives need to be re-aligned so that neither terrorism nor fraud is rewarded.
Emerging information technologies and artificial intelligence (AI) techniques can improve the accuracy of forecasts and enhance the bottom line.
Conservation, or lowering demand, really is important in avoiding the potential for price manipulation.
Economist Mitchell J. Held notes lingering effects of energy crisis on California firms and consumers.
Global competition and increasing technology suggest new ways of viewing how the economy works.
An exploration of emerging challenges to current worldviews with suggestions as to how business practitioners can anticipate the future and plan accordingly.