Would you believe everything from food to power to gasoline could disappear in just a matter of weeks? From Ireland, David Korowicz explains how. Everybody could be hit, including dear old Australia.
There is a small industry of pundits warning something is about to collapse. A large and growing public suspects they are right.
It's hard to pin down what sets analyst David Korowicz apart from the pack. Maybe it's his detailed big picture outlines that just make sense. Is that why he's in demand across the world, advising governments, business, and non-profits alike? Strangely, most of those organizations could become dis-functional very quickly, if David Korowicz is right.
It doesn't hurt that David is based in Dublin. Ireland just went through an economic beating ahead of us all. He's part of an organization named Feasta, advises government there, and runs his own business called "Human Systems Consulting".
We talk about two of his papers that explain why fragile systems, from the economy to the environment, could fall apart much faster than we think.
Here are the two papers we discuss:
1. "Trade-Off: Financial System Supply-Chain Cross-Contagion: a study in global systemic collapse"
This paper is available free from feasta.org here.
The second is: "Catastrophic Shocks Through Complex Socio-Economic Systems: A Pandemic Perspective"
Download that paper as a free .pdf file here.
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