Quantitative Tightening and Capital Flows to Emerging Markets

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The UK’s disentanglement from the European Union has been a source of instability in international trade, and is now giving

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Every entrepreneur wants to build a business on a breakthrough process; not many have done so. On the back of

Greenbacks for a Green Future: It’s the Cost of Decarbonisation

Accelerating the transition toward low- or zero-carbon emissions is necessary to keep global warming at theoretically safe levels. That will

Martin Höfeler: Fashions Come and Go, but Style — and Environment — are Forever

It’s all about sustainability in 2022, and there’s likely to be no lessening of focus in coming decades. Sustainability matters,

What You Need to Know About Stockholm+50

On 2 and 3 June 2022, world leaders and representatives from government, business, international organizations, civil society and youth will

Biggest Commodity Price Shock in 50 Years is Here

In addition to death and destruction in Ukraine, the Russian invasion brought several significant shocks to the global economy. The

Tamsin Lejeune: Saving the World in Style

Tamsin Lejeune, founder and CEO of the Ethical Fashion Forum and Common Objective, is uniting a global community behind a

WEF 2022: The World Is No Longer Flat

This week, a colourful cabal of cognoscenti gathered in Davos to offer diverse takes on the world’s most pressing issues.

Paolo Sironi, IBM: 2022 Global Outlook for Banking and Financial Markets

In the third year of a global pandemic, the financial services industry appears to be acclimating to a new reality.

Ursula von der Leyen’s Speech to Davos 2022 In Full

This article is part of the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen addressed Davos 2022

In the Face of Grim Challenges, Uzbekistan Forges Ahead on Privatisation

Despite a pandemic, a European war involving its closest trading partner and the growing threat of a global recession, Uzbekistan