By taxing more people in a fair way, African countries can reduce their reliance on aid.
By identifying and providing opportunities for gifted children in Africa's slums, they could catalyse social change.
Increasing their gold reserves could benefit emerging economies, and potentially the global economy, argues Kenneth Rogoff.
Nick Bunker explores the factors that could be holding back US wage growth.
Africa’s cities are urbanizing at a blistering pace. That could create some big challenges – unless policy-makers act now.
New research adds to the heated debate on the contribution foreign aid makes to economic growth.
What are the factors behind slow global growth, and what can we do about it?
Helicopter money is a risk to the economy and central banks, argues James McCormack.
Research looks at the ability of big data to change the way we measure inflation.
These are three options to tease out causality, but we shouldn't look for one to 'rule over the others', argues Nick Bunker.
Research looks at the US economic recovery and the potential lessons for the rest of the world.
As corporate debt rises in China, the IMF looks at what can be done.
While admitting the challenges and problems Latin America faces, Richard Haass argues there is plenty of good news as well.
The US economy grew at its slowest pace in two years during the first three months of 2016, raising questions over the durability of its expansion at a time of global uncertainty.
Nobel Laureate Michael Spence looks at debt in the global economy, and the potential risks it poses.