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Lessons from Norway, the world’s most inclusive economy
High wages, excellent schools and renewable energy help to put Norway at the top of the World Economic Forum's Inclusive Development Index.
To save globalization, its benefits need to be more broadly shared
Economists tend to be advocates of globalization. The benefits of specialization and exchange are evident within a country’s borders: no one would seriously suggest that impeding the flow...
Women worldwide are missing out. This is how we can make economic growth equal for all
Whether it’s broadband access or daycare options, we need to identify the ideas that will achieve inclusive growth in the developing world.