Global economy

The World Economy as a Race Car TAGS: | | | | | |


The world economy had become the equivalent of a race car – expensive, with incredible range, and capable of performing at breathtaking speed. For the last decade everyone rode it and experienced the adrenaline rush and the highs. There was only one problem: it turned out that nobody really knew how to drive a car like this one. Over the last ten years, the global economy had become something no one had ever seen – an integrated system of about 125 countries, all participating and all going at unheard-of speeds. It was as if that race car was being driven by 125 different drivers – and no one remembered to buy shock absorbers.

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