Complying with economic sanctions or privacy laws could explain why internet content is off limits in certain countries - but it could also be down to laziness.
We need a new vision for dealing with financial crises - one that address the challenges of climate change and sustainability.
We need to acknowledge the role that shifts in demographic profiles play in social, economic, and political development, argues Richard Cincotta, of the Wilson Center
China's globalization plan "aims to create a new order in world politics and the world economy."
Knowledge@Wharton's Alex Rees-Jones believes annual tax revenue would increase by $1.4 billion if we can reduce loss aversion
The exchange rate is one of the most important prices in an economy – and also one of the most variable.
China has been championing the concept of 'ecological civilization', which aims to achieve harmony between people and nature. But what does this mean for the rest of the world?
In 200 million years, the tectonic plates will come back together again - in one of these four ways.
China has launched an annual import expo in a bid to attract more interest in trade and imports into the country.
As Africa prepares to formalize a shared economic agenda in the Continental Free Trade Area (CFTA), there are lessons to learn from the EU about building identity and unity.
Mapping the movement of millions of shipping containers can reveal shifts in global economic power.
New IMF data shows that the 2008 crisis could have had long-lasting effects on potential growth - because of its impact on fertility rates.
Improved technology, and easier access to visas and upcoming sports events are helping Asia grow its tourism - and China is set to dominate
New research takes an alternative look at human development, suggesting an alternative to the United Nations Human Development Index.
Economist Qian Liu explores the risk of an economic crisis descending into conflict.