Following the terrorist attack, New Zealand women are wearing headscarves in a show of solidarity with the Muslim community.
Since the 2008 financial crash, economical norms have gone out the window, so it advanced economies it might be time to go back to the drawing board.
Old paradigms drawn from the previous industrial revolution will only hold us back.
A look at how gun culture and legislation varies around the world, as New Zealand seeks to ban semi-automatic weapons after a deadly shooting.
The Brazilian economy has been very closed over recent years, but now the government has recognized trade liberalization as a key development goal which will boost economic growth.
Pakistan has started to take a self-sufficient, local approach to development over the past 30 years. Local drives to improve quality of life and services have resulted in remarkable achi...
These charts show who the movers and shakers are in global economics for 2019.
Could a national service for the environment be the key to fighting climate change and tackling pollution? History suggests it could be.
A decade after the 2008 financial crisis, faith in markets' self-regulating abilities once again lies in tatters, writes former Greek finance minister, Yanis Varoufakis.
Why are Scandinavians the happiest people on earth? As the Nordic nations again top the world happiness league, what are the secrets to their success?
Going cashless can be a convenient option for many, but does it exclude certain people?
The mining and metals industry is recovering from one of its most difficult periods in decades - and it now has to contend with a rapidly changing world. Here are seven factors that will ...
The Danish working model could offer lessons for the rest of the world.
Economist and former Governor of the Reserve Bank of India, Raghuram G. Rajan, believes that capitalism lost its way around 1970 and needs to be overhauled.
This troubling amount of debt, an increase of more than 22% in just five years, is more than any other generation in history.