Unless efficient resource management is mastered economic crises will become increasingly common
The whole world market system will inevitably undergo economic crises on a world of finite resources. At the moment corrupt trading practices, and diplomatic or violent confrontations lead to economic crises. But in the future, with looming anthropogenic climate change proving increasingly responsible for climate disaster, economic crises will have additional causes. In addition, considering that environmental disaster and conflict around diminishing resources can easily lead to more corruption and violent confrontations, these new causes will likely feedback to make economic crises more prevalent.