A list of some of the week’s most interesting stories on economic growth and social inclusion.
Research looks at professional chess to explore male dominated environments and the impact this has on women.
How costly is violence, the biggest risks to global growth in 2017 and other top stories on economic growth and social inclusion.
Here's a round-up of some of the most interesting stories of the last week of the year, on economic growth and social inclusion.
In this week's round-up: these countries will feel the heat of “Made in China” by 2025, how countries with high levels of inequality tend to have higher levels of political instability, a...
In this week's round-up, what Italy's referendum means for Europe, how 30-year-olds are no longer earning more than their parents and the best economics books of 2016.
The US has maintained its third place on the Global Competitiveness Index for the third year in a row, but it falls behind smaller countries in key areas.
Research has looked at how extremely happy people are viewed.
This research examines how trust assessments are made, and why we makes mistakes in who we trust.
Research looks at job titles, volume of applications and pay.
The USA may be able to look forward to the Fourth Industrial Revolution with confidence but innovative strength will not be enough to secure competitiveness on its own.
Experts are keen to draw comparisons between China today and Japan before its economic slowdown. They’re wrong.
In a new era of global competition, cities will compete with each other for talent and capital. This battle will be won or lost on the basis of liveability.
A weekly round up of some of the top stories from the past seven days.
Every year in developing economies, thousands of young, talented workers return home wanting to change their countries. The challenges they face in doing so are enormous.