Some economists are working on researching economic restructuring after the global financial crisis of 2008. References to these projects are as follows:
There are a number of academics and practitioners working on 'New Normal' -- Mohammed El Erian of PIMCO (largest bond mgmt company in the world), Prof Raghu Rajan of Univ of Chicago are the high-flyers in this.
The World Bank itself is working on "multipolar world' Kishore Mahbubani Dean of Lee Kuan Yee School in Singapore has also been thinking of 'major shifts; in global economy and political-social implications.
Historian Nial Fergusson is another thinker that has interesting 'strategic' view.
On a more technical level -- the breakdown on economic consensus model and critical review of basic foundational assumptions is the writings of Prof Axel Leijonhufvud (The Nature of Economy: One of Disequilibrium and Instabilities).