According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, for the first time since the global financial crisis, multifactor productivity growth was negative in 2016.
A report from the United Nations World Institute for Development Economics Research looks at the revenue being lost as a result of tax avoidance.
To make the Internet of Things a reality, we will need a well-functioning, secure micropayments system.
If we work towards an economy that functions for everyone, it functions for us.
The price of one Bitcoin has climbed above the price of one ounce of gold for the first time ever.
Alfa Demellash co-founded Rising Tide Capital to empower underserved urban entrepreneurs in northern New Jersey to start and grow successful businesses.
Maurizio Bussolo explores why economists fail to anticipate or predict certain events.
India’s demonetisation drive has boosted banks and start-ups, but it’s still a failure.
Robert Skidelsky explores economists in the wake of brexit.
The Center for Economic and Policy Research explores prime-age employment rates for different demographics to analyse the US recovery.
Nick Buffie explores how regressive or progressive the US tax code is.
Christopher Smart looks at reforming banking in the Eurozone, arguing that doing so would be a major positive for the EU.
Lorenzo Fioramonti argues that our focus on GDP has helped drive populist policies.
Venture capital - the money provided by investors to startup firms and small businesses showing potential for long-term growth – is generally thought of as “good capital”.
PricewaterhouseCoopers has released its prediction for the most powerful economies in the world by 2030.