It’s World Creativity Day on April 21. To celebrate, here are five facts about being creative and how important it is for the world.
New data shows Japan’s population has shrunk for an eighth year in a row, raising questions about ageing, work and the country’s future.
Portugal is rolling out a new AI platform which will help its companies find exporting partners around the world.
African governments must act immediately to address the AfCFTA's potential negative implications for Africans' health, writes a doctor and health economist.
A prosecutor in the United States came up with a novel sentence for teenagers who sprayed racist graffiti – she made them read.
Modern businesses value teamwork. But how do you build a successful team? Are the personalities and skills of the team members most important?
Wharton's Olivia S. Mitchell, MSU's Lisa D. Cook and Judith Chevalier from Yale University discuss the effects of gender and racial biases in the field of economics.
Amid slowing economic growth and high public debt across the world, demographic changes and technological advances are reshaping the global economy.
Data from the OECD's 'Taxing Wages' report shows that contributions in Belgium are highest.
The latest ranking shows conditions slowly improving around the world, with a few surprising exceptions.
Today’s Sino-American impasse is rooted in “hyper-globalism,” under which countries must open their economies to foreign companies, regardless of the consequences for their growth strateg...
Despite today’s increased trade tensions, rising nationalism, and slowdown in global goods trade, globalisation is not in retreat. Instead, we enter a new chapter that is being driven by ...
One of the cornerstones of Finland's National Programme to End Long-term Homelessness (PAAVO) is the strategy of replacing temporary accommodation with permanent housing based on rental c...
Does globalization improve people's lives, or do the negative impacts of increased competition outweigh the positive?
Algeria’s economy is growing too slowly to provide enough jobs for a young, expanding, and increasingly restless population.