As the second day of Davos 2017 draws to a close. Here’s a quick recap of some of the day’s key moments.
India has already removed 86% of its currency from circulation in an attempt to shut down the shadow economy. Should the US follow suit?
Whether it’s broadband access or daycare options, we need to identify the ideas that will achieve inclusive growth in the developing world.
How can we create an economy that works for the many, not just the fortunate few?
The world could see its first trillionaire in 25 years, yet 1 in 10 of us still earns less than $2 a day. We need to break this cycle for the benefit of humanity.
“2017 will be the year the continent bounces back,” says African entrepreneur Mohammed Dewji.
The jobs of tomorrow won’t correspond to the skillsets and industries we know today. So how can we help the next generation prepare for them?
New research will change the way you understand migration, says Western Union CEO Hikmet Ersek.
Fintech startups are shaking up the financial services sector. Banks stand to benefit, but to do so they must embrace the mentality that’s driving most of the change.
The competitive advantages of middle-income economies, like Poland, are declining in importance, but new technologies require significant financial investment. How can these countries com...
A force for good or a racket for the richest nations? We look at the nature, history, failures and future of globalization.
Dany Bahar explores the relationship between structural transformation and economic development.
In a speech, World Bank President Jim Yong Kim discusses low growth, inequality and technological change.
Nobel laureate Joseph Stiglitz examines the current discontent around globalization.
The drop in aid experienced by countries after they cross a certain income threshold provides an opportunity to analyse its impact on growth.