Troubling US Socioeconomic Risks

Released on = February 4, 2007, 10:40 am

Press Release Author = International Institute of Management - IIM

Industry = Government

Press Release Summary = A new report released in Feb, 2007 contains troubling new
information about the U.S. economic health status and risks. The study finds a
different picture than the one advertised by the presidential speech on State of the
Economy on Jan 31st, 2007

Press Release Body = Las Vegas, NV, Feb 5th, 2007 -International Institute of
Management (IIM) released a study containing disturbing new information about the
U.S. economic health status and risks. IIM issued a white paper describing available
U.S. policy options and their long-term impact.

\"We were surprised to learn that the U.S. economy is in much more trouble than
anticipated. When combining all the numbers from different national and
international research agencies, we see a different picture than the one advertised,
the country seems to be headed to a major crisis\" said Med Yones, President of IIM.
\"The good news is that the U.S. government can avoid the disaster, the bad news is
that some of the necessary measures are going to be painful, controversial and
difficult to implement. The next decade is the most critical for U.S. economic
health. In order to mitigate the risks, the U.S. government must make major changes
to socioeconomic and foreign policies\"

The study provides: 1). A neutral assessment of the U.S. economic health, 2).
Analysis of the long-term consequences of current policy decisions 3). The emerging
economic, social and geopolitical threats to the U.S. financial prosperity 4). Risk
mitigation strategies 5). Management best practices

IIM also announced that it has written to the U.S. government and congress, asking
them to pay special attention to the emerging threats and recommending major policy
changes to avoid future socioeconomic threats.
The complete text of the study is available online at

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education institute based in Las Vegas, NV. IIM has 41 universities and research
partners in 16 countries. IIM leverages a global knowledge network to provide
government and business leaders with the latest and most advanced management

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and discussion points that can be used to address emerging challenges and
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work documents designed for communication and problem-solving. The structure of the
white paper includes three main sections: 1). A statement of the problem or
opportunity 2). Analysis of root causes and driving forces 3). Proposed solution and

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