This year’s International Day of Happiness stresses the need to “share happiness”. But how?
In order to assess the pros and cons of cryptocurrencies, we need to have an open discussion about their place in economics.
New data shows the wealth gap in Europe has slowly grown since 1980.
The global tax policy landscape has changed over the past several years and there are reasons to believe that it will continue to evolve for some time.
New research looks at per capita income or GDP, welfare and happiness.
A new study finds that people who earn $200,000 are probably no happier than those earning $120,000.
The technology behind Bitcoin and Ethereum is still shrouded in highly technical mystery. Here we tackle the whys, wherefores – and so whats.
Bitcoin may be in the public spotlight, but there’s a lot happening behind the scenes.
By allowing customers to borrow smaller sums and eschew rigid repayment schedules, the advent of nanofinance opens more possibilities for reaching the underserved than ever before.
UBS has published the 'Global Real Estate Bubble Index' examining house prices in global financial centres.
Iceland will likely use more electricity in the next year to mine bitcoin than it uses to power every single home in the country.
The turmoil that erupted on many of the world’s financial markets in the past days is a timely reminder of risks and vulnerabilities.
Dambisa Moyo looks at recent stock market volatility and its implications for the global economy more broadly.
In this opinion piece, Steven Pearlstein looks at the impact of automated trading on recent stock market losses.
The strategic challenge of the next decade is navigating a world that is simultaneously integrating and fragmenting. Welcome to multi-speed globalization.