The challenge of generating more than 70% electricity from low-carbon renewable sources is increasingly affordable.
Joao Gomes pinpoints the origins of the decline of private investment in infrastructure and considers how we need to do things differently.
Corporate fraud and managerial deception have been pervasive and value-destroying in recent decades. This column analyses whether investors form views about a CEO’s honesty based on his o...
Globalization 4.0 is the theme of Davos 2019. Professor Klaus Schwab explains what it means and how it will benefit us all
This column tests two theories – purchasing power parity and uncovered interest rate parity – using the case of the advanced, small open economy of Israel and the US.
Figures show investment that intends to help female entrepreneurs has reached a record high over the past 12 months.
In 2017, North Korea seemed to be on the brink of war. Now, the threat has diminished and even promises to become an opportunity.
The US wants China to pay more to post goods to American consumers. What's the real picture of global postal costs?
Rotterdam, Europe's busiest port, is starting a green revolution by offering financial discounts to clean ships.
As political tensions ramp up, the world is more likely to reach an international system led by four powers, rather than a war between two, writes Ngaire Woods.
From satellite images to artificial intelligence, here are the smartest new tools in the battle to save the planet.
The latest data from China's National Bureau of Statistics shows the economy grew 6.5 percent in the third quarter of 2018 from the year before.
It's the largest free trade agreement in history. Here's what the AfCFTA must do to ensure it helps small businesses, which employ 80% of Africans, to thrive.
Trade deficits aren't necessarily bad for a country's economy.
In 1831, when Charles Darwin boarded The Beagle for its five-year voyage of exploration, ships navigated with the help of chronometers, which showed the precise time at a reference locati...