Taxation is a powerful tool to mobilize resources, redistribute wealth and promote sustainability. We outline how the Biscay Model is advancing the SDGs.
With ever increasing pressure on public infrastructure, researchers reveal that digitising public works could revolutionise our public infrastructure.
A stock split increases a company's number of shares, without affecting its overall value. Companies do them to increase liquidity or to signal good news.
Electronic payment providers - payment fintechs - are entering the lending market, but still struggle to manage those that intentionally default loans.
Countries worldwide launched wide-scale fiscal support measures to mitigate the output losses caused by lockdowns aimed at flattening the COVID-19 curve.
A new study suggests that alleviating poverty leads to improved brain activity in babies - and is associated with better learning outcomes in later life.
Governments and the private sector must react now to create a resilient economy and unified agenda for sustainable, inclusive growth
2021 saw the crypto markets boom, with different sectors flourishing and largely outperforming bitcoin. Solana, for example saw an 11,177.8% increase.
Humans are projected to live longer and longer - how can we change our outlook on work, caretaking and education to adapt? Stanford's Martha Deevy explains.
COVID-19 relief packages and trade issues have put average gross government debt in emerging markets up by almost 10 percentage points since 2019.
Countries are still debating whether to ban, regulate or embrace energy-intensive digital currencies. Five crypto experts share their predictions for 2022.
The Saint Lucia CFR report is the result of multistakeholder discussions with experts, thought leaders and representatives from more than 50 institutions, including public-sector institut...
Evidence suggests that medium-term growth prospects are dimming, as inflation helps reduce debt for developing economies only in certain circumstances.
Since 2010, rents went up by 16% in the European Union, while house prices rose by 34%. This has made ownership unaffordable for many people across the bloc.
Residents in 9 major Chinese cities have access to an E-CNY wallet, such as Shenzhen, Beijing and Shanghai, with the country acceleratuong toward a more digitized economy.