A wealth measure that ignores natural capital, social cohesion and human wellbeing is worthless. Luckily, a new Canadian project has hit on an alternative.
India and China's digital economies are growing rapidly, with international and domestic implications for people and business.
Total global household wealth increased by almost $14 trillion to $317 trillion over the past year, with North America and Europe seeing the most dramatic gains, according to Credit Suiss...
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It can save public and financial institutions billions, while introducing greater accountability, policing corruption and enabling more people to access money.
How will global economies change in the future and will countries be able to keep sustained growth?
By imagining America as 100 homes, this visualisation helps show us the extent of inequality in the US.
Since 2008, the weight of blame for the financial crash has fallen on the shoulders of economists for failing to predict and offer a solution. But is it really their fault?
Open-plan offices should, in theory, boost interaction and collaboration between colleagues, but a new study shows they have the opposite effect.
As businesses and governments adjust to the new realities of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, the idea that the ultimate value of business success is the extent to which it enriches shar...
Globalization 4.0 is the theme of Davos 2019. One writer gives five ways young people can shape this wave of change for the better.
Globalization 4.0 is the theme of Davos 2019. Professor Klaus Schwab explains what it means and how it will benefit us all
Across the developed world, interest in veganism is on the up, and even major food producers are getting in on the act.
Tackling climate change isn't just imperative for our planet, failure to do so could have major economic impacts - particularly in the most vulnerable countries.
Unicef's new report, An Unfair Start, looks at educational inequalities in 41 of the world’s richest countries.