The economy of the Association of South East Asian Nations is expected to grow rapidly over the next decade.
Ignoring a crisis and then demonizing its victims when they are forced to move is not a proper approach.
A US appeals court has opened the door for more claims against the big banks for rigging benchmark interest rates, by overturning a three-year-old ruling which threw out a host of private...
Latin America has seen widespread currency depreciations in recent years, but despite this growth continues.
The 2006 Nobel laureate in economics suggests a way out of the stagnation gripping the world’s most developed economies.
Advanced and emerging economies must coordinate their policies, in order to foster confidence and strengthen growth.
As the price of crude oil nears $50 a barrel, traders are split over whether the near 80 per cent rally since prices bottomed in January can keep going.
Refugees contribute double the money countries spend on them – now we need to give them the opportunity to do it, a new report says.
It’s AGM season for public companies, and one issue is on everyone's minds.
Our views about government policies and existing inequalities are shaped by two schools of thought.
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These are the top 10 universities in emerging economies for 2016, according to the Times Higher Education rankings.
Channelling technological innovation to strengthen a wider economy is a tried and tested way to simultaneously boost growth while strengthening the foundation for future success.
While China’s rebalancing will adversely affect some Asian economies, it will also open opportunities for several others.
Africa isn't living up to its enormous potential – yet. Tony Elumelu shares some ideas on how to change that.