Research has revealed the huge scale of misogyny on social media – and how much of it is perpetrated by women.
Brigitte Miksa, Head of International Pensions at Allianz Asset Management, says we need to rethink how we calculate the burden pensions will place on economies.
Ximena Del Carpio looks at how effectiveness of the minimum wage varies globally, and why it is prone to politicization.
Despite falling rates of heart attacks across all incomes, those from low-income households are more likely to require hospitalization.
A controversial proposal to rescue Puerto Rico from an economic crisis would allow the territory’s leaders to slash the minimum wage for young workers.
Bill and Melinda Gates have highlighted the 'time poverty' that women face doing unpaid work.
A new paper looks at who has gained the most from the innovations in consumer products from 2004 to 2013.
Gender gaps in employment, business, and access to finance hold back not just individual women but whole economies.
Deutsche Bank’s annual “Mapping the World’s Prices” report for 2016 compares prices for more than 20 common items in global cities.
A comparison of tax records in 1427 and 2011 shows the big earners today are descended from the same families at the top of the socioeconomic ladder six centuries ago.
The global economy has recovered from the 2008 financial crisis and is now larger than ever. So why do so many of us feel uneasy about our economic future?
The relationship between income and life expectancy is well established, so how can we reduce the gap between the haves and the have-nots?
A new Gender Equality Index hopes to help investors identify companies encouraging opportunity for women.
Research examines the TPP and whether it's gains will be fairly distributed, and benefit vulnerable populations.
Nancy Modesitt looks at whether the pay transparency works in reducing the gender pay gap.