The leaders of the US and China will meet this week in a high-stakes encounter for both the global economy and their own political careers.
Daniel Maxwell, Professor of Food Security, explains the surge in famines.
Mauricio Armellini and Tim Pike explore the potential consquences of artificial intelligence on the economy.
Warren Buffett argues that immigration is one of the factors that has made America great.
José Antonio Ocampo explores the possible economic impact of President Trump on Latin America.
Ana Palacio looks at the path the world is taking, and the steps needed to ensure success.
Predicting change is one of the greatest challenges there are, foiling politicians and academic experts alike. And not just at Davos.
After a year of political upheavals, the economic outlook is likely to be full of surprises, writes economist Nariman Behravesh
It's like we live in a game of Monopoly but we're no longer collecting money for passing Go. A universal basic income would correct this, writes Scott Santens.
Mohamed Yahya suggests that Africa is particularly vulnerable to acts of violent terrorism.
Anatole Kaletsky looks at the political and economic shifts currently in progress.
The World Bank reviews 2016 using 12 charts.
A recent report looks at globalization today, comparing it to the situation in the build up to World War I.
Robert Skidelsky explores the limitations of educating economists, and the consequences.
In the coming year, governments, donors, civil society, corporations, and international institutions can help to end the blight of modern slavery.