Healthcare is increasingly burdened with non-communicable disease in an ageing population. Here's how technology and the British NHS model can help it adapt.
A new study looked at data from the US following the financial crash and found having a more positive outlook on personal finance and the economy in general can actually reduce suicide ra...
Europe is home to a number of different welfare systems, each with different characteristics and each affected by migration in different ways.
Prince William and Prince Harry and their wives launched a new phone messaging service to help people suffering a mental health crisis.
There are reasons to believe that the economic consequences of same-sex marriage legalisation could be large.
When looking at data between 2000 and 2016, a study has found that the US opioid epidemic may have cost state and federal governments billions in lost tax revenue.
Amid slowing economic growth and high public debt across the world, demographic changes and technological advances are reshaping the global economy.
Data from the OECD's 'Taxing Wages' report shows that contributions in Belgium are highest.
One of the cornerstones of Finland's National Programme to End Long-term Homelessness (PAAVO) is the strategy of replacing temporary accommodation with permanent housing based on rental c...
The history of sovereign debt has evolved over time along with the purposes for which governments borrowed. Here, the economic and political circumstances that made debt consolidation epi...
Authors of new research from the University of Calgary explain why integrating services for the homeless doesn't automatically equal better outcomes, and can in fact add more layers of bu...
A higher tax rate on the wealthy is one way to create a fairer, more inclusive society. Education, social safety nets and the fight against corruption all play a part too.
The global economy is increasingly digitized, and new tax measures that specifically target the digital sector could be damaging to growth, argues Gillian Tans, CEO of booking.com.
A 21st century income distribution system in which a basic income plays a central role could be the key to making Globalization 4.0 work for everyone, argues Guy Standing.
Cooperation between governments, NGOs, industry and consumer is essential for tackling global inequality. But we need a better definition of how these collaborations should work.