Swapping out shareholder primacy to focus on wider stakeholder interests could be the key in winning back public trust and giving big business a boost.
The thunderous “Cacerolazo” of protestors across the continent banging pots and pans was propelled by a hunger for social justice.
Private banks have been criticized in recent times for holding too much governmental domestic debt in recent times, but could there be an advantage to this practice?
In a study of 146 countries from 1950 to 2014, on average GDP per capita grew by 1.53% in the year after countries transitioned from incumbents with a non-economic backgrounds to one with...
Research into one nonprofit organization’s long-running cash transfer program showed how a universal basic income (UBI) can transform developing economies.
Rodrik (1998) famously wrote that capital flowing freely across the world would leave economies “hostage to the whims and fancies of two dozen or so thirty-somethings in London, Frankfurt...
"Those kind of loops are what economies are built on. If they're not there, you end up with the chronic cycle of the Red Cross giving aid every three years because it's not building commu...
At a time of increasing uncertainty, growing international threats, and fundamental challenges to multilateralism, we need solid institutions more than ever.
A “people first” approach will benefit communities, and bring lead nations one step closer to achieving the SDGs.
As recently as 2017, around 116 million adults in the region still had no bank account, with almost 60% of the unbanked in the region are women.
Incomes have risen for generations since the 1930s, until now. This UK study reflects an international trend.
In order to maintain their independence in WWII, neutrals had to make up for their relative military weakness by offering economic concessions to the belligerents.
Is paying people to have babies the answer to declining populations?
The European Central Bank has two vacant positions for the executive board, but who will fill them? The members must be able to influence the ECB on policy decisions to make a broader agr...
In a volatile world of booms and busts in asset prices, how and why should we use monetary policy?