Trump, his administration, and allies in Congress must be diligent in their choices moving forward. While they will undoubtedly look for quick victories on issues for which their voters are most impassioned, this political reset presents an opportunity to reframe the United States. Making use of that opportunity can only be accomplished with clarity in regards to the economic reality and scale necessary to exact a meaningful acceleration in global GDP growth.
The so-called “fourth industrial revolution” is being driven by cognitive computing, automation, and additive manufacturing (3D printing). These accelerating technologies will further shift patterns in trade, immigration, and regulation, while altering the density of manufacturing and service outputs in nations around the world