The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted employment and jobs across the globe - including in Asia. So how can countries support individuals to reskill?
Major challenges for the post-pandemic world include rising inequality, climate change, digitalisation, demographic shifts and the weakening of democracy.
A Black female leader gives her perspective on the steps other leaders and their organisations can and should take to empower women and minorities at work.
Economies are bouncing back post-COVID, but so is inflation. UBS Chief Economist Paul Donovan explains what inflation is and predicts what will happen.
The World University Rankings have long been dominated by the UK and US, but increasing numbers of universities from emerging economies are making the list.
Having the means, the infrastructure, and the freedom to cycle gives women far greater access to the city. However, some women feel vulnerable when cycling.
Fluctuations in labour markets, housing markets, and financial conditions can leave a mark on a generation, restricting their access to homeownership.
To test the relationship between cash and life satisfaction, a team from the University of Southern California, Groningen University, and Columbia Business School conducted a series of ex...
The shift to digital healthcare can be a powerful driver of health equity. But to make the most of it, we will need to rethink the fundamentals of delivery.
Inflation affects different households in different ways, sometimes damaging the lowest-income households the most, research in the U.S. has revealed.
The first day of The Davos Agenda 2022 heard from Xi Jinping, President of the People's Republic of China, Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India and António Guterres, Secretary-General o...
The past two years have revealed the fragility and fragmentation within our healthcare systems. Here's what we need to change – and how to go about it.
Here's what inequality looks like in 2022. The gap between rich and poor has widened during the COVID-19 pandemic. This is what governments can do, according to Oxfam’s latest inequality ...
A new analysis shows that inequality in income and wealth does far more damage than simply creating unfair societies. It is time to tackle inequality.
Inequalities in educational access increased the higher up the educational ladder one climbed in newly independent African countries in the 1960s.