Highly Recommended Watch: Global Economic Outlook: Is this the End of an Era? (youtube.com)
The engines of global growth are slowing and the number of households and businesses facing economic distress is rising.

What does the future of growth look like and what policies are needed to stabilize the global economy?

CNBC's Geoff Cutmore is joined by: 
Kristalina Georgieva, Managing Director, IMF
Christine Lagarde, President, ECB
Haruhiko Kuroda, Governor, Bank of Japan
Bruno Le Maire, Finance Minister, France
Larry Summers, Professor, Harvard
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    Francisco Gimeno - BC Analyst The Davos' meeting is having lot of controversies this year. Politics of control, powers, unelected rich "influential" figures, etc talking can lead to different outcomes. In this podcast and for one hour we witness an interesting debate, an exchange of ideas on the economy as it is now and on what is maybe happening, what we are calling a change of paradigm, and here the end of an era. We strongly believe this is true, societies, communities, geopolitics, economy and finances, everything is changing and historians will connect all the point which we, living in the middle of it, can't do yet. Now, the challenges ahead (energy crisis, wars, inequalities, hunger...) and the policies which will be implemented in the near future will determine the outcome and the rising of a new economy. Which in the hands of elites (the 1% of the 1%) can be again another way to control, and rule. But if we really get into the 4th IR (interestingly a concept which was started by WEF) things could be better.