October 11th 2019

Global Economic Outlook – competing for talent

Nuria shared the latest news about the global economic outlook. In a word, it’s worrying.

The outlook is worsening – growth is slowing all around the globe, and growth projections have declined over the past year for virtually all advanced economies, and emerging ones too.

Although emerging economies (especially India) are still growing, growth is slightly less robust than previously forecast; in advanced economies, growth is best described as anaemic, and some economies are already teetering on the brink of technical recession.

This is especially true in the UK, where Brexit has already had a negative impact on growth.

Professor Núria Mas is Head of the Economics Department at IESE Business School where she teaches economics and health economics in the MBA, Executive-MBA and other executive education programmes. She has advised and consulted on health economics for the European Commission.

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