The World Economic Forum Global Risks 2012 report credits Sonia Contera, Ian Goldin, David Hendry, Tim Palmer, Jerome Ravetz, Steve Rayner and Felix Reed-Tsochas from the Oxford Martin School. ISBN: 92-95044-35-5 978-92-95044-35-7 REF: 030112
The World Economic Forum’s Global Risks 2012 report, now in its seventh edition, is based on a survey of 469 experts from industry, government, academia and civil society that examines 50 global risks across five categories. The report emphasizes the singular effect of a particular constellation of global risks rather than focusing on a single existential risk. The report features more refined risk descriptions and rigorous data analysis covering 50 global risks.