Economic

1
Chronic fiscal imbalances
Failure to redress excessive government debt obligations.
2
Chronic labour market imbalances
A sustained high level of underemployment and unemployment that is structural rather than cyclical in nature.
This is the place for the debate on the Basic Income
3
Extreme volatility in energy and agriculture prices n
Severe price fluctuations make critical commodities unaffordable, slow growth, provoke public protest and increase geopolitical tension.
4
Hard landing of an emerging economy
The abrupt slowdown of a critical emerging economy.
5
Major systemic financial failure
A financial institution or currency regime of systemic importance collapses with implications throughout the global financial system.
( Blockchain currencies)
6
Prolonged infrastructure neglect
Chronic failure to adequately invest in, upgrade and secure infrastructure networks.
7
Recurring liquidity crises
Recurring shortages of financial resources from banks and capital markets.
8
Severe income disparity
Widening gaps between the richest and poorest citizens.
9
Unforeseen negative consequences of regulation
Regulations which do not achieve the desired effect, and instead negatively impact industry structures, capital flows and market competition.
10
Unmanageable inflation or deflation
Failure to redress extreme rise or fall
11
Economic Growth
The threats 1-10 assume the desirability of continued economic growth. Where as the environmental limits of our planet make this impossible.
So we need to see the commitment to growth as measured by GDP as a threat to our survival.
12
Employment
The threat of large scale unemployment and a result of automation
13
E13 Tax Avoidance and Corporate Crime
Bad behavior by the super rich for large company's threaten to underemine conferdence in the global tax system