The globalization debate is often tinged with nationalism, self-interest, and lack of economic understanding, resulting in misguided public policies. Redressing the negative bias in the d...
Global tourism is growing, and there’s more of an emphasis on sustainability than ever before. Here are the 10 top destinations for 2020, according to the Lonely Planet.
Research shows children living in polluted cities have increased risk of Alzheimer's and cognitive decline.
From the rise of China to growing inequality, businesses must find a way of staying responsive to the challenges of the new era.
After three days in Dalian covering everything from the future of trade to the history of whales, here's a look back at some of the key moments from this year's Annual Meeting of the New ...
For anyone fearing a relentless trade war between the world's two biggest economies, there was a glimmer of optimism on the eve of this year's Summer Davos: the leaders of China and the U...
When a country or a company makes a promise to reduce carbon emissions, respect fishing quotas or cut toxic output, how can we be sure they'll keep their word?
Every company, government and individual, regardless of where they are based, is completely dependent on global value chains that seamlessly deliver goods and services around the world.
As the global aviation industry continues to soar, a World Economic Forum initiative aims to speed up the passenger experience.
The collision of two trends - globalization and the experience economy - has sparked a new approach to travel with cultural curiosity at its heart.
A green tech start-up entrepreneur, the leaders of international companies and a UAE education minister join forces this July to co-chair the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting of the ...
Globalization can and should spur growth and improve living standards around the world
To fully understand the reasons behind political polarisation, we need to engage with the psychology of group identity and its effect on voter beliefs.
Smaller factories situated closer to their target markets can allow global companies to operate more nimbly and help democratize entrepreneurship.
China's tech giants have created a complicated latticework of international trade and investment that could make meddling with them for geopolitical reasons a risky endeavour.