Electoral models show that strong economies favour leaders in power.
Unemployed people tend to have worse health and wellbeing. The high value we place on paid work could be part of the problem.
A study estimates that cross-border economic cooperation between North and South Korea could be worth $149.9 billion over the next 30 years.
On International Youth Day, we celebrate six young people shaping the future of education and technology.
What if they asked how their core technology could be used in the public interest?
As AI increasingly influences our lives, it might be that its governance will require further artificial intelligence.
Research shows that extra income for children who grew up in households in the bottom 50% of the income distribution were more likely to vote as adults than those that didn't.
Tech leaders and scientists have signed a pledge against the development of autonomous weapons systems that use AI - so-called killer robots.
The benefits of e-government range from individual cost savings to wider economic growth. Unfortunately they're wholly dependent on an internet connection, something half the world doesn'...
Based on data from JLL's City Momentum Index, these cities are ready to adapt and innovate for the future.
Slow growth remains Italy's 'Achilles’ heel' say the authors.
Next year's European Parliament elections could shape the future of politics in the region, says Kemal Derviş.
Without emerging economies, the G20 will struggle to solve global problems.
The risks posed by Italian banks, debt, immigration backlash, and economy will test the Euro and European integration
The world is in a period of historical transition, writes David Law. What will the global stage look like in 20 years?