Government programmes have failed to keep pace with the changes in the workforce.
From human trafficking in Malaysia, to prostitution in Romania, the human cost of financial crime is very real.
From murder rates to teenage births, most people get it wrong when they guess what is happening in their countries.
Making sure the free market works for more people means more than redistributing wealth or insuring against its worst excesses. The state needs to play full part in shaping what future di...
Distantly situated healthcare facilities with inconvenient opening hours are denying India's most disadvantaged access to decent treatment. But the growth of doorstep medical services is ...
These nations have made the biggest leaps in granting new dads that important time off.
A new Social Progress Index reveals how well societies use the money they have.
Almost half of those living in sub-Saharan Africa — approximately 500 million people — do not have proof of legal identity. The repercussions of this are huge.
Leaders around the world can no longer ignore demands for radical change, argues Ngaire Woods.
Greece's creditors won't provide debt relief without assurance that it can balance the books. Greece won't pass economic reforms without debt relief. Time for both parties to meet in the ...
Michael Heise, Chief Economist of Allianz, evaluates President Trump's tax plan.
A look at the possible voting behaviour of Dutch voters with immigrant backgrounds.
The most successful societies have the freedom to innovate - and to do so with input from its citizens, writes Olli-Pekka Heinonen.
Dr Helena Jaczek, Minister of Community and Social Services, explores Canada's new basic income project.
Profit shifting by multinationals is costing countries an estimated $240 billion in lost tax revenues annually, according to the OECD. The organization’s Global Forum on Transparency and ...