Traditional GDP cannot measure the value of digital goods, making it increasingly irrelevant
Climate change is altering marine habitats such as kelp forests on a global scale.
A new study of eBay data suggests that implementation of AI translation on the site appears to have increased trade between countries.
Countries should aim to expand the role of their national development banks, while others should consider establishing them.
Due to escalating trade tension, the global economy is now projected to grow at 3.3% in 2019, down from 3.6% in 2018.
As companies grapple with automation, and constant change, 'power skills' or people skills are more important than ever.
Systems for verifying digital identities remain fragmented and inefficient – here's our explainer of the different options available
The world’s 326 unicorns are valued at $1.1 trillion, with China's ByteDance the largest of these.
A single, unified digital identity for each separate player on supply and transaction chains is needed to streamline global trade.
Only ditching the profit imperative will allow the tech giants to fulfil their original aim of benefiting the public good, argues the writer Jonathan Wichmann.
Governments must implement a new set of “productivist” measures to expand productive employment in the real economy.
Over 40% of people who earn less than $30,000 a year have access to broadband, according to new research.
The Internet is enabling Sudanese women to work at home without jeopardising social expectations based on class, gender and religion.
If the US doesn't implement far-reaching measures to expand opportunities for education and reskilling, severe skilled-labor shortages will cripple the economy.
We all experience boredom, but new research suggests our reaction to it may be down to our personality. More than that, boredom can actually drive creativity and action in some people.