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Otaviano Canuto, World Bank: Global Imbalances on the Rise

Discussions around large current account imbalances among

Davos: Seizing the Moment – Or Not

The man himself was unable to attend

Davos 2017: Globalists Hail President Xi Jinping

This week, China debuts on the world

Yasser Al-Saleh: The Secret of Dubai’s Success

As governments across the Middle East try to wean themselves off natural resources and build diversified, resilient economies, they should

DeVere Group: Decisive Move Into Private and Investment Banking

One of the world’s largest financial consultancy services providers has moved into banking. Late last year, deVere Group acquired the

Evan Harvey, Nasdaq: A Short-Term Look at Long-Term Growth – The Expert Outlook on 2017

Given the rapidly changing state of our global economic and political picture, it can be daunting to integrate sustainability strategies

Leyla Aliyev, Heydar Aliyev Foundation: Azerbaijan’s Can-Do First Daughter

As Donald Trump moved into the White House, reluctantly swapping his gold-clad luxury pad in New York for the relatively

Behind the Scenes, Berlin and Beijing Are Forging a New World Order

Geopolitics are on the move with a possibly violent upheaval in the offing. Earlier this month, at the World Economic

Bob Dylan: Things Have Not Changed

In 1963, The National Emergency Civil Liberties Committee handed its annual Tom Paine Award to Bob Dylan for his contribution

Davos: Growing Awareness of Growing Unease

William F Browder of Hermitage Capital Management has been a Davos regular for over twenty years, unfailingly embarking every January

Davos: Till We Meet Again – Bankers Packing Up

Dutch Finance Minister and President of the Eurogroup Jeroen Dijsselbloem is worried that the increased insularity of thought displayed by

Grant Thornton: Mobility – A Double Edged Sword?

It would be hard to imagine a chef working without a culinary knife. Different kinds of knives serve different purposes.

Otaviano Canuto, World Bank: What’s Ailing the Brazilian Economy?

Brazil’s GDP is poised to decline by close to 7% in 2015-2016. Per capita GDP in 2016 is likely to

Ann Low, National Defense University: Excellence in Government through User-Centric Design

Around the world a revolution is occurring, not one of violent upheaval, but one of excellence. Estonia and New Zealand

Travis Kalanick: Uber or Bust

Whether you’re the old-fashioned type that likes to hail a cab by the roadside or rich enough to have your