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Germany: Immigrant Workers Benefit Economy

Germany’s opposition to British attempts to limit

The Surprising Vitality and Resilience of NASDAQ

At the close of yesterday’s business, the

Taxing Mobility: A Liberal Icon Gone Awry

The sale, earlier this week, of the publically-owned stake in cross-Channel rail operator Eurostar for £757m shows that pragmatism –

Recovering the Magdalena River Waterway: Challenge Accepted

Historically, Colombia has suffered from a deficient and incomplete transportation network that isolated the country from overseas markets and made

King Abdullah II: An Insistent Appeal to Moderation and Reason

As Jordanians look back on twenty years of peace with Israel, they find little reason to celebrate the anniversary of

New World Bank Green Bond Is a Story of Market Growth and Innovation

Green bonds have created a new way for investors to achieve the return they need while also supporting climate-friendly development

Ross Jackson: Nero Politics Meet Limits to Growth

Nero – the last emperor of the Roman Empire – is best remembered as the man who fiddled while Rome

Ahmed Emad Eldin: Resonating with Pink Floyd

He wants to be a doctor and has just started his freshman year at med school, but a different path

World Bank Group: Sovereign Wealth Funds Investing at Home – Opportunity Fraught with Risk

By Håvard Halland, Alan Gelb, and Silvana Tordo  Following the recent discoveries of large oil and gas deposits in East

Valerie Jarrett: The Power of Whispers

One of only three senior advisers to US President Barack Obama, Valerie Jarrett holds more power than anyone else in

Greece vs The Euro Righteous: Waiting for the Other Guy to Blink

So far, nobody in Brussels blinked. However, before the week is out somebody will. An eleventh hour compromise between Greece

MIGA (World Bank): FDI – Treading Carefully into Fragile and Conflict-Affected Situations

More than 1.5 billion people – about one in five of the global population – live in what the World

Roderick and Floris Wolters: Freezing the Sun

Rummaging through the archives of Twente Technical University, two enterprising students struck gold: An experiment carried out around the turn

Another Inconvenient Truth: Vice Pays

The politically correct and socially sustainable is, though certainly laudable, not particularly profitable. Investors shunning sin stocks manage portfolios that