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New compasses for businesses and society

The latest research by the Einaudi Centre provides a careful snapshot of the reality in which we are moving

From globalisation to post-globalisation. These are not abstract categories, but important concepts that need to be understood in order to be able to orient oneself in a reality – social and economic – that is changing, increasingly complicated, presenting strong risks but equally strong opportunities. This is why we need to read “Il mondo ha perso la bussola” (The World has lost its compass), 2024 Report, edited by Mario Deaglio, of the Luigi Einaudi Research and Documentation Centre in Turin.

Deaglio and his collaborators (Giorgio Arfaras, Giuseppina De Santis, Paolo Migliavacca, Giuseppe Russo) start from a question. Are there still any safe cardinal points we can look at to get our bearings? The answer – or answers, indeed – come from a careful narrative that touches on several key concepts: the observation that “certainties are no more” in every field of activity, relations between Europe and the United States, the complex round of the 2024 elections, the continuous oscillation between peace and war actions, the complication of the Italian situation.

The Report thus explores the themes and scenarios of the post-global world in which people and businesses find themselves living and acting. The message conveyed by the research group of the Einaudi Centre is that a new compass is needed, but that it is also time for companies, banks and governments to look inward and demonstrate their anti-fragility. All with a few examples that go a long way to clarifying the situation: the level of education that is no longer growing, the way of life, the industrial (and peaceful) war of the electric car, the many problems of the economy such as those of Germany as well as Italy.

After the “extraordinary decades of globalisation” – this is one of the messages of Deaglio’s coordinated research – there is a need to understand the challenges of our time and continue to navigate wisely towards a future of sustainable growth. The Report provides the basis we need to do this: A lucid snapshot of reality.

Il mondo ha perso la bussola

Mario Deaglio (editor)

Guerini e Associati, 2024

The latest research by the Einaudi Centre provides a careful snapshot of the reality in which we are moving

From globalisation to post-globalisation. These are not abstract categories, but important concepts that need to be understood in order to be able to orient oneself in a reality – social and economic – that is changing, increasingly complicated, presenting strong risks but equally strong opportunities. This is why we need to read “Il mondo ha perso la bussola” (The World has lost its compass), 2024 Report, edited by Mario Deaglio, of the Luigi Einaudi Research and Documentation Centre in Turin.

Deaglio and his collaborators (Giorgio Arfaras, Giuseppina De Santis, Paolo Migliavacca, Giuseppe Russo) start from a question. Are there still any safe cardinal points we can look at to get our bearings? The answer – or answers, indeed – come from a careful narrative that touches on several key concepts: the observation that “certainties are no more” in every field of activity, relations between Europe and the United States, the complex round of the 2024 elections, the continuous oscillation between peace and war actions, the complication of the Italian situation.

The Report thus explores the themes and scenarios of the post-global world in which people and businesses find themselves living and acting. The message conveyed by the research group of the Einaudi Centre is that a new compass is needed, but that it is also time for companies, banks and governments to look inward and demonstrate their anti-fragility. All with a few examples that go a long way to clarifying the situation: the level of education that is no longer growing, the way of life, the industrial (and peaceful) war of the electric car, the many problems of the economy such as those of Germany as well as Italy.

After the “extraordinary decades of globalisation” – this is one of the messages of Deaglio’s coordinated research – there is a need to understand the challenges of our time and continue to navigate wisely towards a future of sustainable growth. The Report provides the basis we need to do this: A lucid snapshot of reality.

Il mondo ha perso la bussola

Mario Deaglio (editor)

Guerini e Associati, 2024