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The 2022 Global Economic and Risk Outlook - Webinar (Recorded)

  • Webinar

  • October 2021
  • ISA - International Strategic Analysis
  • ID: 5450888

The 2022 Global Economic and Risk Outlook is one of the world's most sought-after webinars as it gives the audience an in-depth look at the key economic, political, demographic and technological issues that are driving the global economy in the coming years, as well as how an uneven global economic recovery has followed the COVID-19 pandemic.

Highlights from the 2022 Global Economic and Risk Outlook:

Economic Highlights

  • The global economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic remains highly uneven, with some economies struggling to return to pre-pandemic levels of output.
  • More competitive economies with a strong presence in high-tech and high-growth industries have returned to growth much faster than other economies.
  • Governments will struggle to cope with the huge deficits that resulted from the economic stimulus measures enacted during the pandemic.
  • The center of global economic power will continue to shift towards the Asia-Pacific region, even as economic growth in China fails to return to earlier levels.
  • Declining working-age populations, an uncertain outlook for trade and investment, and falling productivity growth rates will make it more difficult to generate long-term economic growth.

Geopolitical Highlights

  • The growing rivalry between the United States and China will come to dominate many aspects of the global geopolitical climate.
  • China's growing assertiveness in Asia and further abroad will result in more countries working together to counter China's rising power.
  • There will be a series of interesting elections taking place in 2022, including those in the United States, Brazil, Australia, France and South Korea.
  • Political polarization and the fragmentation of politics will make it increasingly difficult for stable governments to be formed and to remain in power in many parts of the world.
  • Conflict risk will remain dangerously high in many parts of Africa, the Middle East, Central Asia and East Europe in 2022.

Note: Live webinars can be provided at the date and time of the client’s choosing. The length of the webinar can range from 45 minutes up to 2 hours.


1. A look back at the previous year

2. The key factors impacting the global economy in the coming year

3. The outlook for trade and investment

4. The look for labor supplies and the supply chain

5. Regional economic and risk outlooks

6. The key risks facing the world in the coming year

7. The key opportunities for growth in the coming year

8. Q&A

Webinar length: 45-120 minutes


The publisher utilizes hundreds of local, national and international news and information sources for the creation and maintaining of all its reports and forecasts. Each news and information source is regularly checked to ensure accuracy and impartiality.

Analysts constantly monitor all sources of news and information to provide up-to-the-minute coverage for all of the countries and regions covered.


  1. 900+ International Information and Data Sources
  2. Internal Analysis
  3. Preliminary Forecasts
  4. Review of 20+ Other Economic Forecast Sources Up-to-the-Minute Monitoring of Data and Events
  5. Application of Global and non-Economic Factors
  6. Monthly Economic Forecast Release

Key Forecast Variables:

  • Local Economic Issues
  • Global Economic Trends
  • Regional Economic Trends
  • Political Risk Factors
  • Government Policy
  • Demographic Trends
  • Commodity Prices



  • Michael Weidokal
  • Michael Weidokal,
    Executive Director ,
    ISA (International Strategic Analysis)

    Michael Weidokal has made a career out of helping businesses, governments and other organizations to understand the complexities of operating in international markets. His deep understanding of economics, trade, investment, politics, security and demographics has been utilized by many of the world’s best-known organizations to take advantages of the opportunities provided by international markets, while reducing their exposure to the risks involved with operating in these markets. Among the predictions made by Michael that have come true are:

    • The Japan-like long-term economic slowdown in Europe
    • The spread of populism and the fragmentation of politics in the West
    • The role that low competitiveness has played in the economic struggles of Latin America and other regions
    • The emergence of migration as one of this century's dominant political issues

    Over the course of his career, Michael has worked with a number of major professional services firms and multinational organizations, helping them to develop models of maximizing the benefits (and minimalizing the risks) of doing business in international markets.

    In 2003, he founded ISA (International Strategic Analysis), and his firm quickly became the leading provider of country intelligence, economic forecasting and international market studies for a range of clients around the world, including many of the world’s leading manufacturing companies, professional services firms, banks, government bodies, food and drink companies and universities. Michael is also a contributor to ISA’s best-selling international publications, including ISA’s monthly ISA Country Reports, ISA Risk Forecasts, ISA Economic Forecasts and ISA Region Reports. He also writes the weekly ISA Global Update newsletter and is often the author of ISA’s Research Briefs that are read by thousands of business and government leaders each week. Michael is also a highly-sought-after public speaker. His vast knowledge of international markets and the complexities of modern business, economics and geopolitics is sought-after by conference organizers around the world, while his use of comedy in his presentations helps to keep audiences engaged on what can be quite complex topics.

Who Should Attend

  • Business executives
  • Decision makers in international markets
  • Economic development leaders
  • Academics
  • Financial professionals
  • Government leaders