The IMF advises governments to allow high global price pass-through on food, provided that the vulnerable are protected and food security is not at risk.
Inflation has doubled in most advanced economies in the past two years, Pew Research Center analysis shows. It is surging in Turkey. Where is it falling?
COVID-19 taught countries lessons in responding to current and future shocks - 5 strategies for resilience emerge as the game-changers
Political scientist Ian Bremmer on globalisation, populism and why the geopolitical architecture put in place after the Second World War drastically needs reform.
By 2025, 1.6 billion people could be affected by the global housing shortage. But what exactly has caused it? And what are countries doing to tackle the issue?
With every crisis, people declare the end of globalization, but is it really true this time? Thomas Friedman argues his case in conversation at Davos 2022.
There are deep divisions and inequities amid urgent shared global challenges, giving rise to the question of resolving challenges in a fragmented world.
The stability of the global economy is under threat yet again. We must strengthen the international community’s collaboration and communication to produce impactful results effectively.
The Spanish prime minister has said that the path to recovery is one that Europe must travel together, and the war in Ukraine is yet another reminder that the continent should unite witho...
Globalization has been the dominant economic operating mode for almost 80 years and companies should be careful to not retreat from this beneficial system.
Essential reading ahead of discussions at Davos 2022 - where leaders will come together to find global solutions to address unprecedented global challenges.
In remarks delivered at Davos 2022, Professor Klaus Schwab said 'challenges have political, economic, ecological, technological and social dimensions and implications', and that 'Davos i...