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  • Forum Article

    Five ways success will look different by 2020

    What does it mean to be successful? The answer used to be obvious: a regular paycheck from a reputable employer. But… more

  • Forum Article

    Is Mexico really the world's happiest country?

    Economists have long known that GDP is an imperfect measure of well-being. In addition to missing non-market… more

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    What can we do about climate sceptics?

    “Climate change is nonsense.” When De Telegraaf – the largest newspaper of the Netherlands – asked its… more

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    What Elliott vs Argentina means for global debt markets

    As Argentina prepares to face the Netherlands for a place in the World Cup final, off the pitch the country has been… more

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    How the 'aspirationals' are changing the world

    Solutions to some of our intractable global challenges could be found in 2.5 billion empowered, young and urban… more

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    This week at the World Economic Forum: July 4

    Grüezi mitenand! Happy Independence Day to our American colleagues, and welcome to your weekly digital update. Most… more

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    How can we make our cities carbon-free?

    The future of the world’s climate will be decided in our cities. Urban areas already account for up to 70% of global… more

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    How companies should deal with data leaks

    Cyber security is becoming more prominent in both the public and private sectors, yet there is still a great deal of… more

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    What can two crows and a skull tell us about the economy?

    Outside my window there are three trees, two poplars and a small fruit tree. Right now, two crows are flitting from… more

  • Global Agenda Councils Article

    Why the world is not as secular as you think

    In the contemporary Western world, people tend to believe that religion is on the decline and that faith in a higher… more

  • Forum Article

    Has globalization peaked?

    The common presumption is that it will spread, but I find this question not so easy to answer. Let’s say this is over… more

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    The world’s Central Banker

    The US Federal Reserve these days is broadly happy with its monetary policy. But, since mid-2007, its policy has been… more