The OECD predicts sluggish growth, rising inequality and climate change from now until 2060. The solutions? Privatising university education, a more flexible Labour Market and mass migration, all of which seems politically unpalatable. If that wasn't enough, there's terrorism and Trump to contend with as well. Steve tries to convince Cory that it's too early to panic just yet.
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The OECD report "Policy Challenges for the Next 50 Years" can be seen here.
An interesting take on the OECD report which influenced this episode is Postcapitalism by Paul Mason.
Nate Silver's FiveThirtyEight website which Steve mentioned can be found here.