In a world of growing inequalities, the intergenerational gap is likely to trigger the reconstruction of the social-economic and political structures, reshaping the future and founding a whole new era. This is what Deutsche Bank's Jim Ried defended on his latest study "Age of Disorder". The piece caused shocked gasps across the financial world, revealing Millenials' and Gen Z's discontentment with the current configuration of the world economy endorsed by the Boomers, and highlighting their willingness to engage in a stronger political presence with the aim of minimizing wealth disparities, allowing them to turn the page and build a new...
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