Posts tagged 'government'

  • Forum Article

    The emerging world’s inequality time bomb

    Oxfam’s recent estimate that 85 multibillionaires have accumulated fortunes greater than the wealth of the world’s… more

  • Forum Event

    Davos 2014 in photographs

    Annual Meeting 2014

    22 - 25 Jan 2014, Davos-Klosters, Switzerland

  • Forum Article

    Best of 2013: Video highlights

    The World Economic Forum’s videos capture highlights from our Annual Meeting in Davos and other events around the… more

  • Global Agenda Councils Article

    Don't give up on the power of governments

    A recent survey by the World Economic Forum’s Network of Global Agenda Councils rated government lower than either… more

  • Global Agenda Councils Event

    Q&A: Can governments drag the shadow economy into the light?

    Summit on the Global Agenda 2013

    18 - 20 Nov 2013, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

  • Forum Article

    Towards a more perfect union?

    With liberal democratic governance under pressure – does the current paralysis in the US and in Europe compel… more

  • Technology Pioneers Article

    I don’t care how big your data is

    The “big data” buzzword is taking over in industry and government, and nearly every boardroom is asking their… more

  • Forum Event

    How can China future-proof its public finances?

    Annual Meeting of the New Champions 2013

    11 - 13 Sep 2013, Dalian, People’s Republic of China

  • Forum Event

    Four key challenges for China's fiscal health

    Annual Meeting of the New Champions 2013

    11 - 13 Sep 2013, Dalian, People’s Republic of China

  • Forum Article

    The limits of Twitter diplomacy

    Twentieth-century American statecraft produced Dean Acheson, Henry Kissinger, Richard Holbrooke, and many others who… more

  • Forum Article

    China's rebalancing of market and state

    Between 1978 and 2012, China’s GDP grew at an average annual rate of about 10% – from $341 billion to $8.3 trillion… more

  • Young Global Leaders Article

    What next for Abenomics?

    It is no wonder that Japan is cautious about the promises of Abenomics. At a retail level, ordinary people have held… more

  • Forum Article

    Should the European Central Bank start again from scratch?

    The monetary union was always a grand gamble. It established the ECB for an immense region that itself was not a state… more

  • Forum Article

    Can reducing working hours save jobs?

    Short-time work means that the government subsidises the reduction of the working time of an employee to prevent… more

  • Forum Event

    Developing Myanmar's energy sector

    World Economic Forum on East Asia 2013

    05 - 07 Jun 2013, Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar

  • Forum Article

    Punishment by politics

    Adrian Monck, Managing Director of Communication and Media Relations at the World Economic Forum, on why punishing… more

  • Forum Article

    Protecting intellectual property in global supply chains

    The theft of trade secrets represents a significant loss to individual companies and the global economy, raising… more

  • Global Agenda Councils Article

    Are governments trying to “take over” the Internet?

    Internet governance has been in the news recently, with some news outlets reporting that the United Nations is trying… more