The Economist magazine’s Tom Standage interviewed Michele Wucker on The World Ahead podcast posted Monday, March 30, 2020. In the episode, focused on Covid-19 and the perils of prediction, they talked about her gray rhino theory and how it applies to the pandemic and economic crises. You can listen HERE.
Video from my comments at the Global HR Forum in Seoul, South Korea, November 2, 2011, on a panel “Are We Headed Towards Another Global Economic Crisis?” with Professor Francis Fukuyama of Stanford University, Professor Weiping Huang of Renmin University of China, and Moderator Seunghoon Lee, Professor Emeritus, Division of Economics, Seoul National University
(My comments begin at 53:20) The short answer is no -we’re not in another global economic crisis because we never left the one we already have been in.
February 13, 2012 -As violence erupted in Greece, I guest-hosted CNBC’s Worldwide Exchange talking about economic policy challenges. Watch the video by clicking on the image below:
Monday, August 30, 2010 “Worldwide Exchange”
Clip from Guest Host Appearance
”We’ve got a structural problem where Americans aren’t being matched up properly with the jobs that are available,” Michele Wucker from the World Policy Institute told CNBC, adding that the stimulus plan needs “to be used wisely.”
Me being interviewed on PBS Worldfocus January 28, 2009, about the impact of the global economic crisis on social unrest.
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Click below for a summary and more video excerpts of the workshop on “Top Risks and Ethical Decisions 2009” at which I was a panelist on January 13, 2009, along with Ian Bremmer and Art Kleiner:
Here’s video of the full event: http://www.cceia.org/resources/video/data/000103