Professor Daniel Ralph, Director of the Centre for Risk Studies (CRS) at Cambridge Judge, discusses Lloyd’s City Risk Index 2015-2025 developed by the Centre. The Index encompasses 301 of the world’s leading cities, selected by economic, business and political importance. These cities are responsible for over half of global GDP today, and an estimated two-thirds of the world’s economic output by 2025. The analysis looks at 18 different threats from manmade events, such as market crashes and technological catastrophes, to natural disasters to these urban centres.
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