With capitalism in need of fundamental reform, here is a list of some of the bold ideas that could challenge the status quo.
Affordable technologies are allowing people to innovate in ways that were previously only available to large corporations. We must spur this on.
High rates of wealth inequality are bad for social cohesion, political inclusion and crime. Fortunately, history provides some clues to how we might tackle it.
Brexit will be a hard one, which will hit the UK economy and be felt hardest by those who voted for it.
2017 may be the year of the comeback for Latin America. While individual nations in the region are faring differently, the global economic environment has become much more supportive.
In some parts of Latin America, taxation levels are closer to those seen in sub-Saharan Africa.
How can we counter the growing gulf between the connected and disconnected, the technologically empowered and disempowered?
After years of protectionism and economic nationalism, Latin American countries are ready to open up again – just as the rest of the world turns inwards.
It's a medium-size market with a service-based economy and few natural resources. Can the United Kingdom hope to prosper in the isolation of an imagined past?
Poverty is a global issue and poverty eradication must be a common task for those wishing to improve global governance.
There's only one difference between Indonesian artisans and the skilled craftspeople we see in the glossy ad campaigns for Europe’s luxury brands: how much they get paid.
India might serve its busy and ambitious citizens better – if only it could learn to understand them. Here are three government initiatives designed to do just that.
Big themes in this week's roundup include the fate of globalization, robot taxes and a possible US housing bubble.
A useful product offering technological benefits can get someone’s attention, but customer service is the cornerstone of establishing trust.
Roberto Saba explores the extent of discrimination faced by people with disability.