Very High Net Worth Handbook 2020 (by @wealthx )

The always interesting report of the rich ;) Origen: Very High Net Worth Handbook 2020: Exceptional Growth Source Assets Women outperform men in 'non-profit and social organizations' industry.   Wealth tiers   Number of VHNW by country and density by country. The most notable country findings: ■ The top 10 countries accounted for three-quarters of [...]

Crisis mundial, coronavirus y capitalismo moribundo: un cóctel mortal (Observatorio de la crisis)

Esta parece ser la única manera en que se haga algo real por el clima: a la fuerza. Origen: Crisis mundial, coronavirus y capitalismo moribundo: un cóctel mortal La deuda global en relación al PIB ha crecido un 322% en el último cuarto de 2019, sobrepasando los 253 billones $. Simplemente una recesión mediana conllevaría [...]

We’re not going back to normal – MIT @TechReview

…things won’t go back to normal after a few weeks, or even a few months. Some things never will. Origen: We’re not going back to normal - MIT Technology Review To stop coronavirus we will need to radically change almost everything we do: how we work, exercise, socialize, shop, manage our health, educate our kids, [...]

Robots aren’t taking our jobs –they’re becoming our bosses– by @verge via @exponentialview

This is not the future we were looking for. This why UBI will become a need, as no human would allow another human the job conditions the system seems to be bringing in. If industries are able to produce more efficiently without the costs of workers, their taxes would allow for a universal basic income. [...]

The Global Risks report – 2019 y 2020 (vía @igobernanzaemp )

En septiembre 2019 asistí a un coloquio organizado por el instituto de Gobernanza Empresarial, en la que José María Carulla, Head of Client Advisory Services Iberia de Marsh Risk Consulting nos presentaba un interesantísimo resumen del análisis de riesgos que presentaron en Davos en enero de 2019. De una parte el trabajo y de otra [...]

El Futuro del Capitalismo ( via @frdelpino )

Interesante entrevista a Paul Collier a cargo de José Ignacio Torreblanca. Pau Collier propone Naturaleza - Tecnología + Regulación = Inanición Naturaleza + Tecnología - Regulación = Saqueo Naturaleza + Tecnología + Regulación (Buen gobierno) = Prosperidad   Inglés <iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/YbgHvCCF3_w" frameborder="0" allow="accelerometer; autoplay; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture" allowfullscreen></iframe>   Castellano <iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/SxBr9pIY0ew" [...]

Global tax rules set for overhaul as states seek to avoid new trade war

Governments agreed in Paris that the new rules would apply not only to digital service companies like search engines, social media platforms and cloud computing services but also more traditional companies selling directly to end consumers. Business-to-business companies and mining and oil firms would not be covered and financial firms would probably be excluded as [...]

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🔮 Preparing for 2030 (vía @ExponentialView #251 by @azeem )

If I could summarise the next decade: it will be ten years of very interesting times. Of difficult, complex systems problems that will demand deeper thinking, more reading, nuanced approaches. Origen: 🔮 Preparing for 2030 #251 My suggestions for the shape of the next decade are based on what I consider a roughly optimistic reading [...]

Billionaires John and Laura Arnold’s Data-Driven Philanthropy ( @Bloomberg vía @luxury )

…the majority of pledged money sits unspent, as U.S. tax rules make it easy to procrastinate… John and Laura Arnold want to change that… Origen: Billionaires John and Laura Arnold’s Data-Driven Philanthropy - Bloomberg Over the past few decades, the surging wealth of the top 0.1% has spurred many promises of lavish donations. But the [...]

The next decade (by @baptist_simon from @TheEIU –The Economist–)

The first is changing patterns of growth.…growth can no longer be taken as a given, even over the longer term. In the last decade a dozen or so countries ended up with a lower level of real GDP than they started with… Over the next decade the world will have to get used to a slowing [...]

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