Michael Spence on the obstacles faced by the former powerhouses of the developing world.
Technology could allow cities in South-East Asia to leap over current constraints to greater efficiency. However, it is clear that alongside the many positive indications, there are chall...
The authors look at how improved access to financial services aids growth and creates jobs in developing countries.
Hypergrowth is not a happy accident – it is not the outcome of people with bright ideas and positive market forces that ‘just happen’ to converge at one point in time.
Yu Yongding looks at what's undermining the country's potential growth, and possible solutions.
Can we renew a spirit of internationalism, now that we live in a world where no single country can be the guardian of globalization?
The causes of the global trade slowdown have been studied, but what are the consequences?
Who's in the club, how powerful are their economies, and what's on the agenda for this week's summit of leaders in Japan.
The heads of the Group of Seven leading industrial countries will gather in Japan to discuss common security and economic problems.
Technological innovation offers Africa huge possibilities.
Britain will be plunged into a year-long recession if it votes to leave the EU, according to a bleak analysis of the short-term economic shock of a Brexit vote to be published today by th...
The 2006 Nobel laureate in economics suggests a way out of the stagnation gripping the world’s most developed economies.
The expansion of India’s exports of services has been nothing short of spectacular, however there is still room for improvement.
Rwanda has set a broad and inclusive national target, known as Vision 2020 for its rapid economic growth explains Vincent Biruta.
By taxing more people in a fair way, African countries can reduce their reliance on aid.