A round-up of the most interesting recent stories on economic growth and social inclusion.
Non-traditional credit-scoring, flexible payment plans and greater user-friendliness are all reasons why fintech is more adapted to consumers in the developing world.
Social mobility has declined in recent decades, wages have stagnated and today's young generation is the first in modern history expected to be poorer than their parents.
Thanks to populism and secessionism, the short-lived reign of nation states is in decline. But what will take their place?
In this week's round-up: global growth is projected to rise, plus some suggestions on how to make globalization more inclusive.
Also in this week's round-up: ideas are more difficult to find and how growth can lead to political disaffection.
Also in this week's round-up: Jim O’Neil summarizing the decade since the financial crisis and how income inequality evolved in the US.
Also in this week's roundup: why productivity growth remains relevant and why some cities become unaffordable.
The best stories of the week, including why productivity may have stalled after the crisis and how to make Aid for Trade work better.
Faster development and technological progress is within Africa's grasp.
Also in this week's roundup: How central banks have contributed to slow productivity growth and a balooning real estate sector in China
It is in our hands to ensure that the potentially disruptive shifts of the Fourth Industrial Revolution not only herald a change of guard in the highest echelons of the global economy, bu...
The 21st century calls for a new kind of leadership to inspire confidence in the ability of technology to enhance human potential rather than substitute for it. This is precisely the lead...
With the internet and digital services pervading every walk of life, there is a clear shift from standardization through mass manufacturing, towards personalization through automation and...
If we want a more stable and prosperous world, we need to embrace our global diversity and expertise.