"What the new century promises is not the emergence of a new centre but a world balanced between Western and Asian poles."
From Malala on women's clothes to secrets from Saturn and how voice is the new fingerprint: here are some of the stories we loved most from last week.
From life-saving drones to a bank for rural women, here's how the young people coming to Davos are improving the state of the world.
With over 400 sessions on the official programme, it can be hard keeping up with everything happening at our Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland. Here's a recap of some (but by no means ...
Almost two years after the Panama Papers, the global tax system is still broken – and it's time to get indignant, says economist Joseph Stiglitz.
From the Prime Minister of Norway on a turning point for women, to Sir Elton John on leadership in dark times.
With its reliance on the tech sector and ageing population, Japan is the canary in the world's post-industrial coal mine, says Makiko Eda, head of the World Economic Forum's Japan office.
The share of wealth owned by the richest Americans has grown by nearly three percentage points since 2013 alone.
A list of some of the week’s most interesting stories on economic growth and social inclusion.
Thanks to populism and secessionism, the short-lived reign of nation states is in decline. But what will take their place?
Productivity leads to growth, which leads to better wages and well-being. Here's how we measure your country's competitiveness and why it matters.
As EU president Jean-Claude Juncker delivers an upbeat take on the bloc's progress, we look at five issues that stand in the way of a new concept for Europe.
Pew Research Center data looks at perceptions of economic might - with the EU seen to be much less powerful than the figures would suggest.
An anglocentric look at the development of neoliberal thinking - and the role of the humble potato.
Mohamed A. El-Erian argues that, a decade after the crisis, developed economies still haven't learned a key lesson.