Global debt has reached a record-high with the pandemic, presenting the need for fiscal policies to support the world's recovery, both private and public.
Something is stirring at the microeconomic level but extrapolations to the macroeconomy are treacherous.
The economic recovery from COVID-19 has seen a jump in inflation in advanced and emerging market economies, driven by a number of factors.
Supply chain disruptions, climate change, global economic policies and vaccine accessibility are all factors that will affect the COVID-19 recovery.
Addressing corruption and mainstreaming integrity in business will support a sustainable future, but requires G20 collaboration with key stakeholders.
Stagflation is a period when slow economic growth and joblessness coincide with rising inflation.
Providing jobs for Nigeria's young people is a challenge - even before the pandemic, more than 30 million young people were projected to need jobs in 2021.
An estimated 90% of the world’s goods are transported by sea, with the average size of a container ship doubling in the past 20 years, some capable of hauling 24,000 containers.
A coalition of leading firms have co-created a comprehensive corporate system to highlight the need for an aligned and consistent ESG reporting system.
New business applications in the United States fell during the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic, but by summer 2020 they'd recovered to historic highs.
New research suggests that recent financial innovations have been driven by companies outside of finance - with US tech firms a large driver of change.
Research shows that over the last decade, global economic losses from extreme weather events have grown more costly.
Two experts have examined the macroeconomic effects of global food commodity price increases that are caused by global harvest and weather disruptions.
El Salvador has become the first country to make bitcoin legal tender. Economist Jay L Zagorsky explains what it will mean for other cryptocurrencies.
While technology can drive economic and social change on an epic scale, we must also make sure no one is left behind by these leaps forward. Here's how