Industries in Depth

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A cashless society is near. Cash in Sweden is now less than 1% of GDP.
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The new Great Game. How technology is driving Globalization 4.0.

Where alarm bells should be ringing. The top risks for business, by region.

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Hydrogen sponges and plug and play power. The scientist solving a big green energy problem.

Forget GDP. Canada has a better way to measure prosperity.

Quality time is real. How our careers affect our children.

Deaths of despair. More and more less-educated Americans are dying.

When a bank’s balance sheet is bigger than GDP. Monetary policy in Japan.

Fake meds. What if the placebo effect isn’t a trick?

Behind the scenes at Davos. You can hear my take on our media work here.

Inside the New Industrial Revolution. Explores the Forum’s work on the Fourth Industrial Revolution. (WSJ)

These are the skills of the future according to the World Economic Forum. (Quartz)

4IR tools shaping future business models. Coverage of the Annual Meeting of the Global Future Councils. (Gulf News)

Get ready to celebrate gender parity in 2235. Cites Global Gender Gap Report. (Guardian)

The top risks for business. Coverage of Forum research launched at Global Future Councils meeting. (CNBC)

Drones to enhance agriculture in India. The Forum Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution is taking action. (Business Standard)

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