The annual World Economic Forum’s Global Risks Report and the Davos Forum usually take place in January. While both are supposed to rely upon each other, the WEF report and the Davos Agenda do not always match. In either case, the 16th edition of the report stands out due to two main reasons. First, the significantly changing nature of risks it introduces (content). Second, the innovation in a new framework, containing new instruments and methodologies, in order to start off the urgent foresight exercise, in a solid and ongoing manner.
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