The Disruptions in the World Acting to confront the disruptions in the world
All the winners of the Prix du Meilleur Jeune Économiste contribute to this volume on economics in the future world: Stefanie Stantcheva, Gabriel Zucman, Antoine Bozio, Camille Landais, Pascaline Dupas, Augustin Landier, Emmanuel Farhi, Hippolyte d'Albis, Xavier Gabaix, Emmanuel Saez, Yann Algan, Thomas Philippon, Pierre-Olivier Gourinchas, David Thesmar, Thierry Mayer, Etienne Wasmer, Esther Duflo, Elyès Jouini, David Martimort, Pierre-Cyrille Hautcoeur, Philippe Martin, Thomas Piketty, Pierre Cahuc, Agnès Bénassy-Quéré, Bruno Amable.
25 contributions on society in the future, looking at 2030 and beyond, on the following economics subjects, written either prospectively or prescriptively:
1. Development: what changes can be expected from the still developing zones on a global level: Africa, part of Asia, and Latin America…?
2. Confidence, governance, populism: how will democracies evolve? What will be the future of today’s authoritarian regimes?
3. Environment, energy, climate: the impact of climate change and the strategies put in place to adapt to or avert it.
4. Development, policy, climate: these 3 major elements will each have an impact on population movements. What will be the consequences for societies and economies?
5. Inequality and inclusion: can the inequality at the heart of societies and between nations and geographic zones be reduced? What will be the consequences on the global economy and geopolitics in 2030?
6. Culture: as globalization is being pursued and societies experience great tension, what will be the future and role of culture?