A list of some of the week’s most interesting stories on economic growth and social inclusion.
What do young people really think about happiness, religion, politics and fame? A new survey peeks into the minds of Generation Z.
eBay's founder Pierre Omidyar is investing nearly $500,000 in a basic income experiment in Kenya through his philanthropic investment arm, the Omidyar Network.
Many investors have written off Europe. But that could be a mistake.
A look at the conversations from Davos 2017 on the topic of inclusive growth.
The World Economic Forum’s annual meeting in Davos concluded at the end of last week, just as a new global vision was inaugurated in the US. The contrast between the two was stark.
Also in our round-up of must-read articles from the past seven days: keeping children safe online and Jack Ma on trade and globalization.
Leading thinkers, activists and politicians share thoughts on the fight for more inclusive growth and greater social inclusion.
“We may be at a point where globalization is ending and where provincialism and nationalism are taking hold.”
As income inequality rises, the political and business elite are at risk of isolating themselves from the rest of society.
With inequality on the rise, is wealth redistribution the answer?
Access to decent work opportunities for all is the most effective way to lift people out of poverty, reduce inequality and drive economic growth.
Economic growth is speeding up. What could get in the way?
The structure of employment is changing. Shifts in the global economic landscape, particularly economic disruption, are resulting in declining numbers of low-skilled jobs and a shift to h...
"We are now required to defend our ideals in ways we have not had to defend them before."