Italy tops a ranking of the world’s healthiest countries, and diet may play a central role.
Being empathetic to Africa's basic needs could improve the success of community projects, argues Keneilwe Munyai, a Programme Manager at the University of Cape Town.
As the Brexit countdown gets under way, here’s a look at Europe’s top import and export partners.
With an extensive and robust network, a way to connect with each other, and a commitment to education, Latin America has an unprecedented opportunity to rise to the top of the market and ...
A data visualization of the squeezed middle class in American cities.
According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, for the first time since the global financial crisis, multifactor productivity growth was negative in 2016.
Katherine Stapleton looks at the growth of higher education in China.
The Health Affairs study looks at US healthcare spending and funding.
Brexit will be a hard one, which will hit the UK economy and be felt hardest by those who voted for it.
Japan's National Institute of Population and Social Security Research predicts that the country's current population of 127 million will decline by nearly 40 million by 2065.
Bangladesh is emerging as a new 'Asian Tiger', but still has work to do.
Anders Åslund, a senior fellow at the Atlantic Council in Washington, explores economic populism.
Kokoro means heart and spirit and soul and mind all together, and it is inspiring researchers to break down conceptual barriers.
All the highlights from the last day of the World Economic Forum on Latin America.
Industrial robots alone have eliminated up to 670,000 American jobs between 1990 and 2007, we need to prepare ourselves for the next wave.