A list of some of the week’s most interesting stories on economic growth and social inclusion, including the risk to jobs from automation and the euro zone's lost decade.
Experts from the Peterson Institute for International Economics discuss the Federal Reserve.
Shino Takayama looks at the Japanese economy.
A weekly round up of some of the top stories from the past seven days.
A new dataset uses trade statistics from 1827 onwards to explore globalization, regionalization and trade.
Donald P. Kaberuka and Acha Leke look at the challenges and opportunities faced by Africa economies.
Australia hasn't had a recession in 25 years and could offer lessons to the rest of the world, says Matt O'Brien.
A series of maps exploring the US's economic and social differences.
Nobel laureate Joseph Stiglitz outlines an economic plan for Japan.
Dave Elder-Vass argues that we should be paying greater attention to the gift economy.
Research explores the origin of secular stagnation, looking at the impact of the Great Recession on expectations.
A Deutsche Bank report suggests that the global economy could be coming to the end of an era.
IMF research explores the impact of tariffs on the country imposing them - and finds they can do more harm than good.
Chinese consumers are set to be a vital driving force behind global growth.
J. Bradford DeLong argues that we're probably too pessimistic about the long-term outlook for the economy.