Around the world, thousands of projects are fostering partnerships between people and organizations from around the globe - a powerful counterweight to our fractured geopolitics.
Rising inequality, trade tensions, technological disruptions, climate change, and geopolitical uncertainty threaten the already-fragile economic growth.
The population of the United States has grown 6% in the last 8 years, with individual counties undergoing diverse and rapid change.
The 2020 World Economic Forum Global Risks Report reveals that climate-related risks overshadow all other risks – in particular economic risks – undermining cohesive action and creating b...
Economics has reached the point where we need to examine the assumptions that are hindering our ability to understand and map the new world of digital technology, writes former Chief Econ...
Research suggests that small investors and customers can influence a company's environmental and social sustainability policies.
A US block on new appointments to the WTO’s Appellate Body threatens to reshape the future of the organization.
The latest U.S.-China trade-war truce doesn't come near a solution to the challenges China poses to the U.S. and the world trading system, argues Hung Tran of the Atlantic Council
Both developed and developing nations have a role to play in finding, funding and furthering the solutions to the climate crisis.
Since the Great Recession, macroeconomists have been debating the alleged breakdown of the relationship between inflation and the output gap – also known as the Phillips curve.
The current system of governance needs to evolve to meet challenges posed by today’s economic realities, argues Yaroslav Lissovolik, of the Valdai Discussion Club
In the early days of the World Economic Forum, Klaus Schwab launched a code of ethics for business leaders worldwide.
The Davos Manifesto is the World Economic Forum's view of 'stakeholder capitalism'.
The Davos Manifesto is the World Economic Forum's view of 'stakeholder capitalism' and the best response to today's social and environmental challenges.
Changes to trade policy in the last three years have done the world more damage than good. What can we learn from past experiences?