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Are you ready for the technological revolution?

The technological revolution has only just begun, and the transformations it will bring are a cause for excitement and hope, writes Professor Klaus Schwab.

What does China’s slowing growth mean?

While China's rate of GDP growth may have fallen considerably in 2014, its economy continues to strengthen in real terms, writes Professor Danny Quah.

Can migration help fight violent extremism?

History demonstrates that migration is one of the most effective ways to generate tolerance and cross-cultural understanding, writes Khalid Koser.


Closing the Infrastructure Gap

How can economies close growing gaps in infrastructure financing?

An Insight, An Idea with Jack Ma

A conversation with Jack Ma, Founder and Executive Chairman of Alibaba Group, on leadership, entrepreneurship and the future of commerce.

Inequality in education and income

Nobel Prize Winning economist Christopher Pissarides on income inequality.

Latest reports

Geo-economics: Seven Challenges to Globalization

This report from the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on Geo-... more

Strategic Infrastructure: Mitigation of Political & Regulatory Risk in Infrastructure Projects

To encourage sustainable economic growth, the global infrastructure program... more


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