Economies are like universes - they just keep expanding, and making everything better as they do. Right? This animated explainer by the World Economic Forum and TED-Ed takes a closer look.
Some economists thought total factor productivity, a key part of economic growth, would always rise, but it's been falling in advanced economies for years.
The GDP pie has been sliced up to show last year’s shares – but post-pandemic, it’s likely to look very different.
Tools for fostering sustainability, like the doughnut, will be important as officials grapple with the fallout from coronavirus, explains the COVID-19 Risks Outlook report.
Recent IMF data shows that India has become the world's fifth largest economy in terms of GDP in current prices.
New research looks at the factors driving the disconnect between economic indicators and public opinion - identifying at least 3 central issues.
Although long-term macroeconomic forecasts have a major effect, they cannot avoid significant uncertainty.
Gross Domestic Product as a measure of economic well-being has come under scrutiny. So, what are the other options?
Fostering a sense of competition between states and regional governments has helped drive growth.
Platform businesses' proactive, agile and intrinsic approach to sustainability can show how to make meaningful change and fast.
The world's economy is experiencing slow growth. One of the factors behind this is trade uncertainty, which the World Trade Uncertainty Index seeks to measure.
The IMF projects growth to improve between 2019 and 2020. But 70% of this increase will depend on the performance of emerging markets and developing economies.