1) With most key regions below crisis levels 5 years later after it started -policies need to be very accommodative
2) There will be a major shift of economic balance - towards emerging economies, particularly those in Asia.
3) Global growth prospects will be mediocre -
compared with the past, and population ageing will result in a decline in the potential labour force.
4) Especially in Asia, growth could be curbed further by the rising economic damages from
5) Global integration is likely to continue, but at a slower pace
7) The beneficiaries of higher education will need to carry a larger share of the funding burden for such
8) If left un-addressed increases in earning inequality and costs of adjustment could eventually backlash on stability and growth.