Institutional investors are increasingly addressing climate change and other risks, without sacrificing expected returns.
After COVID-19, that may have to involve debt write-offs so African countries and the Belt and Road Initiative can benefit from a changing world economy.
With city dwellers forced to stay home during lockdowns, some architects are rethinking urban infrastructure to promote a more local lifestyle and help people adapt to a post-pandemic world.
Post-crisis winners will be governments that move quickly to attract foreign investors once economies reopen, rather than remain over-cautious.
We need to bring together the global financial safety net, the development finance architecture and the private sector to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic.
Green financing and the sustainable financing market continues to grow in the Middle East, helping to shift the region away from a reliance on fossil fuels.
The US needs to reform the way it builds bridges and roads to boost the economy as it confronts a coronavirus slump.
The social enterprise Doh Eain in Yangon, Myanmar, is repurposing alleyways into clean, colourful public spaces.
Without effective tools and the public's confidence, central banks will be unable to rise to the occasion when the next recession arrives.
Investment in Fourth Industrial Revolution infrastructure yields healthy returns, while developing countries build prosperity.
International coordination of basic research can improve welfare through higher aggregate investments, and a more efficient distribution of basic research investments across countries and...
A new survey asks - what's the future of infrastructure?