How does the world finance UN Sustainable Development Goals like ‘no poverty’ and ‘zero hunger’? Here, we give a short explainer.
The US Senate has passed the $1 trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, promising vital investment in areas from roads, broadband access and drinking water.
Trials show how universal basic income performs in both stable and volatile settings but alternative and adjacent policy ideas need serious exploration.
DeFi refers to financial services that operate entirely on blockchain networks, rather than through intermediaries like banks.
American firms NAC Architecture and Bernards have used shipping containers to create private apartments in a Los Angeles facility for homeless people.
Sustainable finance is the practice of taking environmental, social, and governance (ESG) considerations into account when making investment decisions.
130 countries, representing 90% of global GDP, have backed plans to introduce a minimum global corporate tax rate, in talks hosted by the OECD.
Africa’s economic gains of the last two decades are in jeopardy due to COVID-19. But privately funded projects could provide a lifeline to its development.
Corporate tax payments will be key to post-pandemic recovery, but receipts must be shared fairly. Can the G7’s global minimum tax rate achieve this feat?
The term crowdfunding was coined in 2006 but having a large number of people contribute to a cause has occurred throughout human history.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that current inflation rates sit around 4.2%, predominantly due to stimulus packages and furlough schemes.
New report identifies three pathways for the transformation of fiscal and monetary policy which could foster a fairer, greener and more inclusive society.
G7 finance ministers will vow to support their economies as they emerge from the pandemic and reach an 'ambitious' deal on a minimum global corporate tax, a draft communique reveals.
Values-driven small and growing businesses and social enterprises have demonstrated that they are central to the fabric of inclusion and resilience.
Argentina's GDP dropped by 9.9% in 2020, not accounting for the costs of unpaid caregiving. This vital work is hidden but it's what holds society together.