Last year was a bumpy one for the global economy, with sluggish growth, high inflation, tightened monetary policy and instability in the financial sector. This all played out against a backdrop of increased geopolitical tensions and fiscal pressures.
This second podcast in our two-part mini-series on 2024 trends examines the global economic outlook for the year ahead. Will the next 12 months be defined by more uncertainty, or are there reasons to be optimistic about changes ahead?
Experts discuss the big economic trends and developments to watch out for in 2024, including the outlook for global trade, prospects for India’s economy and green investment, and what needs to happen to tackle persistent income inequality within and between countries.
- Sara Pantuliano (host), Chief Executive, ODI
- Arancha González Laya, Dean of the Paris School of International Affairs
- Rathin Roy, Visiting Senior Fellow, ODI
- Michael Jacobs, Professor of Political Economy, University of Sheffield & ODI Visiting Senior Fellow