The World Economic Forum is the international institution committed to improving the state of the world through public-private cooperation.
To regain its place as a powerhouse for growth, the BRICS countries must fundamentally overhaul the environment that nurtures their young people, writes Miniya Chatterji.
Given its potential to affect science, health, politics and the military, nanotech research is central to a nation’s power, writes Nayef Al-Rodhan.
We should think of refugees as individuals with the desire and capacity to work and contribute to society, writes Lorna Solis.
China will need to forge its own growth path to reach the next stage of development, writes Adair Turner.
On the occasion of the World Economic Forum on East Asia, the President of Indonesia and other dignitaries share their views on the regional implications of a changing global environment.
Gordon Brown on education and infrastructure in the region.