Articles from the World Economic Forum Agenda, focusing economic growth and social inclusion.
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Can violent cities deliver economic growth?
Some PPPs succeed. And many of these partnerships stake their ground somewhere in-between: they are effective but still fall short of a result or two; they deliver but with le.
Yet Another Record for Americans Collecting Disability
By any measure, the United States is a laggard in terms of public-private partnership (PPP) projects. Between 1985 and there were 377 transportation PPP infrastructure projects fund.
Growth in Latin America and the Caribbean has weakened significantly over the last few years. Part of this weakness appears to be here to stay, and IMF economists have marked down medium-.
Mumbai: India’s external debt at the end of the first quarter of the current fiscal declined by percent on sequential basis to USD billion due to strengthening of the US dollar against rupee.
When you are looking over the beautiful Atlantic Ocean from the harbour in Cape Town, host city of the World Economic Forum on Africa it is easy to convince yourself that Africa’s l.
Can earthquakes ever be predicted? This question is timely after the magnitude earthquake that struck Nepal recently. If authorities had more warning that the earthquake was coming, t.
Total credit and deposits growth unchanged in July, Bank of Greece reports
How can improved roads change peoples’ lives? How much do people benefit from road projects?
In 2014 we chronicled some projects completed that year. Here, we continue to monitor the progress o
Japan is not immune from the increase in inequality observed in other advanced countries in recent years. Anecdotal evidence suggests that concerns over income inequality have grown among.
How can South Africa tackle violence against foreigners?
The long-term implications of Turkey’s election
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