Today’s global economy, riven with extreme inequalities, is running down the living world on which everything depends. How can we turn this around?
Seven key findings on the state of the middle class in Western Europe, from a new Pew Research Center report.
A crucial element of “innovation” is often absent from business leaders discussions: the final products.
The first tech unicorn to come out of Africa, Africa Internet Group (AIG), is causing a stir.
New research out of Ecuador says that government payments will help decrease poverty.
The average millennial worker makes less than the average baby boomer did in 1975, when earnings are adjusted to modern dollars.
Find out how land value, worker unions and something called the 'Alaska model' could put humanity back on course to shared prosperity.
Kemal Derviş looks at the predictions for global growth this year, and argues that in the long-term the global economy needs structural change.
Many people feel that the pay gap is out of control and needs to be corrected. But how?
High rates of wealth inequality are bad for social cohesion, political inclusion and crime. Fortunately, history provides some clues to how we might tackle it.
A data visualization of the squeezed middle class in American cities.
A new survey finds a reasonable amount of openness to wellbeing measures among European macroeconomists.
A look at the possible social impact of basic income, and whether it will build communities or add to individualism.
A list of some of the week’s most interesting stories on economic growth and social inclusion.
Kenneth Rogoff looks at the link between economic growth and populism, arguing that strong growth can help keep populism at bay.