Your weekly curated list of some of this week’s most interesting stories on economic growth and social inclusion.

1. Facts and figures. The latest update of the World Happiness Report was released this week. A quick check shows that, unsurprisingly, the results are highly correlated with our Inclusive Growth and Development results. (World Happiness Report)

World Happiness Report

2. Universal basic income is an old idea. Has its time come? (Financial Times)

3. China’s growth slow-down has implications for developing Asia, as the Asian Development Bank documents. (Asian Development Bank)

4. Here are 5 things every company must do to be a social innovator. (World Economic Forum)

5. Mobile money still has great potential to contribute to inclusive growth in the developing world. (Quartz)

6. How can the U.S. government foster inclusive growth? (Vox EU)

7. A structural reform agenda for the G20 should take into account the income gap and financial system fragility. (Bruegel)

8. In this interview, Kenneth Arrow, one of the most influential economists of the 20th century, reflects on regulatory capture, rent-seeking and the role of government in health care. (Pro Market)

9. Emerging economies are not to be written off as engines of global growth. (Project Syndicate)

10. In case you missed it. How can long-term impact be measured in the social sector? BCG and SOS Children’s Villages have partnered to look into this question. (BCG Perspectives)