The Financial Times is publishing an eight-page supplement on the world economy on Friday, November 30. Following the terrorist attacks in the US on September 11, the overall theme of the supplement ­ which will be in broadsheet format ­ will be Managing a More Turbulent World. Topics include the globalisation backlash, the IMF, central banks, trade, markets, the dollar, the euro, development, debt and the World Trade Organisation. Marketing to support the supplement includes press ads in the FT and The Economist as well as targeted e-marketing. UK and Ireland sales manager Jeremy Baulf said: "This survey is coming out at a time when there is great interest and speculation in what will happen to the world economy in 2002. We expect it to prove very popular among occasional readers as well as regular purchasers." {{CTN }}