Tech futures, a post-oil economy and spiralling humanitarian crises ... as 1,000 global leaders converge in Jordan, this is what they'll be talking about.
Even within high-income countries, there are extreme divides between the haves and the have-nots. Better global governance is the key to addressing this imbalance.
In this part of the world, globalization is still seen as the key to the future. The key will be making sure that growth here is inclusive.
A populist backlash risks derailing Africa's biggest economy, writes Anders Borg, Sweden's former Finance Minister.
For Africa, the advent of the Fourth Industrial Revolution and the trend of “islandization” both offer opportunities for growth.
How can the infrastructure required to digitize finance and expand the use of electronic payments in Africa help to build more inclusive economies?
New research in Germany suggests that mothers end up with less accrued wealth than women without children.
Today’s global economy, riven with extreme inequalities, is running down the living world on which everything depends. How can we turn this around?
In the face of global and regional uncertainty, how should leaders across the continent create jobs and end inequality?
Find out how land value, worker unions and something called the 'Alaska model' could put humanity back on course to shared prosperity.
Ontario, Canada, is planning a basic income experiment involving 4,000 people that would run until 2020.
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.