If we want it to be a good future—fair, prosperous and sustainable—then we'll need to think about what matters to us as a society.
That means thinking about what we value and how much we value it. What risks are we prepared to take? How much we are prepared to pay? Who will pay? And what are we willing to give up, so that we, individually or collectively, can have what we want and need?
These are questions for us all. And we all have a part to play.
Ours is to contribute our research skill, data analysis and the rich knowledge that we have invested in as individuals and as a faculty.
When we say 'our' we really mean us - the economists, actuarial analysts, specialists in finance and accounting, and experts in marketing, consumer behaviour, management, change and employment here in the faculty.