Global Systemic Risks 2012 edition available now

LINKS Global Systemic Risks 2012 edition is now available on the portal. Following a broad and extensive review of multiple supply chains globally, we have now focused our attention on four sources of systemic risks:

  • China‚Äôs local government debt and infrastructure spending
  • The US agriculture and farmland boom
  • Unsustainable rates of expansion of aircraft fleet in emerging markets
  • The second US technology bubble

Two sources of risk warrant special treatment: the EMU crisis and energy prices. We have thoroughly researched and mapped four key sources of global risk, or “the future bubbles” for the year 2012, complete with over 500 companies, agencies and governments involved, network effects and potential asset losses if any of those bubbles burst.
Download this complementary report.