Seven key findings on the state of the middle class in Western Europe, from a new Pew Research Center report.
A stable relationship between the US and China is vital for job creation - particularly in the face of automation.
A slump in commodity prices eroded economic growth in many African countries from 2014, but a new economic index suggests Africa may be set to rise again.
Professor Martin Feldstein evaluates the state of the American deficit, and argues the key to lowering it is changes in the US saving rate.
Ontario, Canada, is planning a basic income experiment involving 4,000 people that would run until 2020.
Kemal Derviş looks at the predictions for global growth this year, and argues that in the long-term the global economy needs structural change.
Affordable technologies are allowing people to innovate in ways that were previously only available to large corporations. We must spur this on.
A new NBER paper looks at income inequality in the US, and assesses the differences between capital and labour income.
As robots increasingly take on manual labor, we will need to foster what differentiates humans from machines (at least for now): creativity.
According to a new report, European startups are now taking the lead in the technology sector.
According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, for the first time since the global financial crisis, multifactor productivity growth was negative in 2016.
Brexit will be a hard one, which will hit the UK economy and be felt hardest by those who voted for it.
A new survey finds a reasonable amount of openness to wellbeing measures among European macroeconomists.
A report from the United Nations World Institute for Development Economics Research looks at the revenue being lost as a result of tax avoidance.
Tom Goodwin looks at how companies can transform and adapt in a fast-paced digital world.