Now, however, it is the emerging markets that seem vulnerable as they come to the end of a protracted period of growth fueled in large part by cheap money from the West. The seven articles in this chapter discuss how emerging risks are forming the backdrop of a new risk management landscape – and how companies can raise their game to deal with them.reshaping their business models and changing tactics in reaction to some of these trends. Other perspectives examine how new developments are redefining entire industries, ranging from financial services to energy.
RISK LANDSCAPE 2013:
The results from the annual Global Risks Perception Survey collate the views of more than
1,000 experts from the World Economic Forum’s communities. Respondents are aged
between 19 and 79, come from different types of organizations, different fields of specialist
knowledge, and from over 100 countries.
For each of the 50 global risks, respondents were asked to assess, on a scale from 1 to 5, the likelihood
of the risks occurring over the next 10 years and the impact if the risk were to occur.