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  • Social Entrepreneurs Article

    A brave new world, a brave chicken

    While today’s crisis may revolve around financial markets, tomorrow’s will stem from the aftershock:… more

  • Forum Article

    In Personal Data We Trust?

    Trust is a relative term, open to a wide degree of interpretation. But any notion of trust usually is… more

  • Social Entrepreneurs Article

    What about including women in Africa’s transformation

    I left the closing plenary of the World Economic Forum on Africa in Addis Ababa last Friday with a… more

  • Forum Event

    Unlocking Africa’s potential

    World Economic Forum on Africa 2012

    , Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

  • Forum Article

    Personal data needs clear trading rules

    In a series of posts related to the World Economic Forum’s Rethinking Personal Data:… more

  • Global Agenda Councils Event

    What if oil hit $200 a barrel?

    World Economic Forum on Africa 2012

    , Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

  • Forum Article

    A Shared Agenda to Grow Africa

    What do three heads of state, 10 ministers, 116 companies and a group of farmer leaders have in common? Th… more

  • Global Shapers Article

    Homo Economicus vs. Homo Reciprocans

    Let’s play a game, shall we? Assume that you and I ended up in prison. We are being kept in different cells… more

  • Global Agenda Councils Article

    The sustainable future of the automobile

    The emissions average for new cars in 2011 was 138g/km. This is a drop of between 5g and 8.5g per year for… more

  • Social Entrepreneurs Article

    The road to Africa 2022

    Africa in 10 years time. This was the thread of discussion on the final day of the World Economic Forum… more

  • Forum Article

    Mastering the Art of Data Complexity

    In a series of posts related to the World Economic Forum’s Rethinking Personal Data: Strengthening… more

  • Social Entrepreneurs Article

    Connect earth and the ether for our green revolution

    Three intense days at the World Economic Forum in Addis Ababa. The city is a traffic packed building site… more