Economies are bouncing back post-COVID, but so is inflation. UBS Chief Economist Paul Donovan explains what inflation is and predicts what will happen.
Clamping down on corruption is now a US foreign policy priority. Pursuing asset recovery would allow President Biden to both battle kleptocracy and promote social justice.
The World University Rankings have long been dominated by the UK and US, but increasing numbers of universities from emerging economies are making the list.
For a brighter future, Japan must invest in youth, generate good jobs and ensure healthy and productive longevity for the world's fastest-aging population.
Japan’s economic recovery will be driven by digitization and investments in green technology and human capital, Prime Minister Kishida Fumio told The Davos Agenda.
ASEAN is on track to become the world's fourth-largest economy – but public-private cooperation is essential to realize a sustainable and resilient future.
South Asia has an opportunity to build back better – and achieve the SDGs – through regional cooperation, the new services economy and a green recovery.
The social contract governing the global economy is no longer fit for purpose. A new, modern social contract would bring about more equitable prosperity.
The Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers (CPI-U) continues to rise in the US as inflation hits a 39-year high.
Alienated from the existing social, political and economic order, Asian-Pacific youth are forming empowering coalitions to fight for positive change.
Social enterprises are short on resources but big on innovation. The corporate world can help create an environment for these smaller innovators to thrive.
Evidence suggests that medium-term growth prospects are dimming, as inflation helps reduce debt for developing economies only in certain circumstances.
Wealthy nations have announced that their annual $100 billion goal to provide climate finance to developing countries from 2020 will not be reached until 2023.
A World Bank report has shown that economic growth is not sustainable unless renewable natural capital and human capital are given the same importance.