China's globalization plan "aims to create a new order in world politics and the world economy."
The measures are broken into two broad categories, statistics- based and model-based.
The exchange rate is one of the most important prices in an economy – and also one of the most variable.
The real effects of mitigating counterparty risk: Evidence from 19th century France
Economists predict what might have happened to trade if the UK had voted to remain, based on a study of bilateral trade between the UK and 28 other EU and non-EU countries.
A central fiscal capacity is a recurring topic in discussions on reform of the Economic and Monetary Union, but no consensus on the usefulness and necessity of a such a capacity has been ...
Member states, companies and EU citizens will all have a role to play in hitting the net-zero emissions target.
A new study that examines plans for a European defence capability shows the EU may struggle to deliver without the UK’s contribution
As automation in the workplace continues to surge, Adecco Chief Executive Alain Dehaze calls for life-long learning to help workers upgrade their skills and stay employable.
A combination of fuel sources is helping Finland hit its low-carbon goals, but is it doing enough to address the issue of supply?
Europe needs to leverage the assets of its industrial market leaders better and combine them with entrepreneurial skills to create new digital businesses.
Antimicrobial resistance is reaching dangerously high levels in all parts of the world, with some of the most common infections becoming difficult to treat.
Francis Pakes, a professor of criminology, spent a week in an Icelandic prison - and found a few unique features of the system.
Poland is the first country from the former Soviet bloc to achieve developed market status.
The German leader, Angela Merkel, has announced she won't be running for Chancellor in the 2021 elections.