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Why baby boomers are not ready to retire

If the 20th century was the century of youth, then the 21st will be that of maturity, says Marc Freedman.

Can we put an ATM in every Indian village?

Only half of India’s population has access to a bank account. This must change, writes Pranjal Sharma.

Why executive education is ripe for disruption

Technology is changing the way people learn, from the classroom to the boardroom.


Shared progress for Latin America

Latin American leaders, including President of Panama Ricardo Martinelli, discuss their strategies to achieve inclusive growth in the region.

The future of machine intelligence

Machines may be smarter than us, but they can't do wisdom, sensitivity, judgement and tenderness, says Ian Goldin.

Sustainable patterns of growth

A. Michael Spence on why growth no longer equals job creation - and what we can do about it.

Latest reports

The Global Enabling Trade Report 2014

Published every two years, the Global Enabling Trade Report assesses... more

Annual Meeting 2014 Report

Meeting under the theme The Reshaping of the World: Consequences for Society,... more


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