Non-state actors have a critical role to play in delivering biodiversity outcomes, write the UN's Elizabeth Maruma Mrema and WWF's Manuel Pulgar-Vidal.
It is in developed countries’ economic interest to ensure that vaccines are equally distributed to developing countries, writes an economist.
COVID-19 has changed societies around the world. To prepare for future shocks and threats, we should consider changes in these 10 broad areas.
March and April 2020 saw an unprecedented spike in US job losses due to COVID-19, with unemployment continuing into 2021.
Economies in Latin America and the Caribbean managed to rebound from COVID-19's initial economic hit, but what does this year and beyond hold for the region?
A PwC report predicts the global economy will grow 5% this year. The issued value of green bonds will surpass $500 billion. G7 public debt levels will exceed $57 trillion.
Watch this live session on 16 December 2020 at 09:00 CET, as the World Economic Forum unveils its latest snapshot of global economic competitiveness.
The new US administration should help North and South Korea to cooperate as a crucial foundation for building trust.
Economists have used a multi-country econometric model, augmented with global volatility threshold variables, to measure COVID-19's impact - and possible solutions.
New data shows GDP dropped from nearly $21.6 trillion down to $19.5 trillion between Q1 and Q2 in the United States. This map shows which states have been hardest hit.
The GDP pie has been sliced up to show last year’s shares – but post-pandemic, it’s likely to look very different.
Improvements to auction theory and inventions of new auction formats by U.S. economists Paul Milgrom and Robert Wilson, has secured the pair the 2020 Nobel Prize in Economics.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average has changed significantly since it was introduced in the 1920s - and these changes offer a window into a changing US economy.
China are working to become a more dependant nation, by introducing a 'dual circulation' model. The model will mean China relies more on internal supply.
A mass eviction could cause spikes in COVID-19 cases, as more people are forced to congregate in homeless shelters.