Joe Nellis

Joe Nellis

Professor of Global Economy. Deputy Director School of Management Cranfield University. Global Macroeconomics and Business Strategy Specialist
Joe Nellis is the Deputy Director and the longest serving member of Cranfield School of Management's Executive Board. He is a renowned Professor of Global Economy, specialising in macroeconomic analysis and policy, business environmental analysis and strategic thinking for managers.

Joe Nellis also holds Visiting Professorial appointments at various universities in Germany, Belgium, Austria, the Netherlands, Hungary, USA, and Ghana.

Joe has published 19 research and subject-based books and over 200 academic and practitioner journal articles and contributed to a wide range of national and international corporate conferences.

He is a consultant to a different organisations in the areas of strategy and business environmental analysis, strategy formulation and management development. Joe Nellis was jointly responsible for the development of the Halifax and Nationwide House Price Indexes and more recently for the DPS Rent Price Index.
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Outlook for the UK Economy

- The Current Economic Situation
- Forecasts for the Economy
- Government Finances
- Monetary Policy
- Challenges and Prospects
- Outlook for the Global Economy
- BREXIT: Implications for Business
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The World Beyond the Horizon

A new world order is shaping up with the establishment of new markets and growth opportunities. The globalisation of trade and finance has driven fundamental changes across the world alongside the rapid development of some emerging economies. Globalisation has also brought about an increasing interdependence between nations, institutions and people.

In tandem, we are witnessing major social trends including the ageing of populations in the most developed economies. This contrasts sharply with the rapid growth of populations, urbanisation and educational investment in many developing countries. Innovations in technology have connected people in radically new ways. We all now have access to an almost infinite volume and range of information and knowledge. At little or no cost. The internet has killed distance!

This presentation will explore this rapidly changing landscape beyond the horizon by identifying and highlighting the impact of some of the most significant trends and the implications for society, government and business.

Today, the world is changing at break-neck speed and many of us in terms of our skill sets will become extinct sooner than previously thought possible. But winners of the future will be those who identify and adapt in a slowly changing environment.

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