The 38th edition of The Economist's future-gazing analysis, The World Ahead 2024, builds on more than three decades of publishing success. As countries with a collective 4.1bn population prepare to hold elections in 2024 (more than in any previous year), it will consider regional factors such as the ongoing geopolitical shifts caused by the war in Ukraine; the new cold war between the US and China, and growing competition over the race for green-energy transition.
You are invited to join Economist Intelligence Corporate Network for The World Ahead 2024 event, as director Sam Rolland reveals EICN's top forecasts for 2024 and examine critical topics that will shape the year ahead. Following our session, the EICN Johannesburg will sit down and close off the year with a relaxing and social braai with our network members and reflect on the year that was.
Bryanston Country Club
63 Bryanston Dr, Bryanston Johannesburg, South Africa
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Director, Sub-Saharan Africa of The Economist Intelligence Corporate Network
Sam is a trained economist specialising in understanding the complexities of the South African economy. Prior to joining the EICN, Sam spent time in both the public and private sector, first as an economist within the Economic Policy division of the National Treasury, and then as a consulting economist at Econometrix, and Deloitte. During his time in private sector, Sam specialised in analysing events and government policies to dilute these into constructing business strategies. Sam also spent time in Switzerland as an economist for airline industry body IATA. Sam holds a masters degree in economics from Stellenbosch University, and has studied further at the Insitute for Social Studies in The Hague, the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and the Levy Economics Insitute of Bard College in New York State.