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Why Social & Environmental Imbalances Are Becoming the Biggest Risks

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By Gregor Macdonald
Tuesday, November 19th, 2013

Why Social & Environmental Imbalances Are Becoming the Biggest Risks

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Executive Summary The growing risk of disinflation Why instability in the U.S. is accelerating The danger of social rifts emerging in the near future between economic classes Why environmental constraints and social instability may trump energy issues going forward If you have not yet read What Happened to the Future?, available free to all readers, please click here to read it first. If this is the case, it echoes the realization now dawning on economists in the U.S. that an acceleration in the economy, which many expected, is simply not going to arrive. As was discussed in previous essays, OECD

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