Lord Michael Hastings and Dr Khalid Koser on how can we work towards a more informed debate and policy response to immigration.
A new study published by the National Bureau of Economic Research discovered a link between the number of universities in a country and its GDP.
Europe's ageing population is going to cause a sharp productivity slowdown and cause serious economic problems, according to new IMF research.
Using the final medal count along with 2015 GDP figures, this calculation determines the number of medals each country won per $10 billion of GDP.
The summer vacation is over, and the political situation has deteriorated, writes Anders Borg, formerly Sweden's finance minister.
Today’s US labour market has much in common with that of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Here's what we can learn from that era.
The Cologne Institute for Economic Research looked at how GDP would be affected if a country had to cope without its capital city.
A new analysis by the Congressional Budget Office looks at the extent of wealth inequality in the US.
Anabel González calls on policymakers to stop trying to roll back economic integration and start trying to improve it.
Tax abuse is a scourge on our global community, but especially for Africa, says Oxfam's Winnie Byanyima.
Simplice A. Asongu argues that Africa should develop the four pillars of a knowledge economy.
Professor Philipp Lepenies explores the history of GDP.
Javier Solana explores the factors behind the rise of populism.
These are the Global Innovation Index 2016’s most innovative economies.
Adair Turner, Chairman of the Institute for New Economic Thinking, examines monetary finance.