- Attracting Investors to African Public-Private Partnerships
- Approaches to Private Participation in Water Services
- Foreign Private Investment in Developing Countries
- Private Solutions for Infrastructure in Rwanda
- Everyday Politics
- From Civil Strife to Peace Building
- The Other Invisible Hand
- Catastrophe Risk Financing in Developing Countries
- The Private Abuse of the Public Interest
- The Private Sector in Development
- Cross-Cultural Partnerships
- Private Solutions for Infrastructure in Mexico
- Public-Private Partnerships, Government Guarantees, and Fiscal Risk
- The Limits of Stabilization
- Dec 1 201613 minutes
Your 20 Best Money Moves For 2017
HERES HOW TO PLAY THE AGING BULL MARKET, LAND A NEW JOB, PICK THE RIGHT CREDIT CARD, PROFIT FROM THE SHARING ECONOMY, AND FIND YOUR NEXT HOME.
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Globalization Doesn't Make As Much Sense As It Used To
Since its founding, America has swung from protectionism to free trade. What’s next?
- Dec 15 20162 minutes
The Trump Economy
Strong headwinds for the head of state.
- Nov 21 20168 minutes
Sunny Side Trump
There’s reason for short-term optimism. Then he has to deal with his policy contradictions
- Nov 21 20162 minutes
Trump Says, ‘Dig.’ Wall Street Asks, ‘Why?’
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- Dec 1 20164 minutes
The Productivity Imperative
Advice for the president-elect.
- Jan 7 20177 minutes
Would Trump's Infrastructure Plan Fix America's Cities?
Public-works projects have historically improved urbanites’ access to opportunity and quality of life. But they've also helped the privileged at the expense of the marginalized.
- Dec 13 20163 minutes
Why Fewer Americans Outearn Their Parents
It’s growing inequality—not a temporarily sluggish economy—that is most likely to blame.
- Dec 8 20165 minutes
Why Trade Deficits Matter
Economists and politicians frequently overlook their role in whether Americans are working, and where.
- Aug 1 20165 minutes
Beware the Almighty Dollar
A HISTORIC SURGE IN THE VALUE OF THE GREENBACK HAD A PROFOUND IMPACT ON THIS YEAR’S GLOBAL 500 LIST. ITS CONTINUED STRENGTH COULD PROVE TO BE A HUGE DRAG ON THE U.S. ECONOMY.
- Nov 21 20163 minutes
American Producers See An Election Boost
Will promised infrastructure projects increase demand? | “Electing Donald Trump, that’s the icing on the cake”
- Oct 31 20162 minutes
Gulf Rulers Try Fighting Deficits With Taxes
The United Arab Emirates will hire professionals to institute a VAT | “It seems unlikely that personal income taxes will be applied”
- Oct 24 20161 minute
Under New Management
Can a former Wall Streeter spur growth?
- Sep 5 20163 minutes
We’re Working Harder Than Ever—so Why Is Productivity Going Down?
MOST OF US FEEL MORE PRODUCTIVE THAN EVER. BETWEEN wi-fi and mobile data, smartphones and apps that let us do everything from hail a ride to order groceries, we can get more done, in more places, more of the time—whether we want to or not. So why doe
- Aug 1 20164 minutes
When Do African Problems Need African Solutions?
According to the world bank, 12 percent of humanity lives in africa, yet it produces only about 1 percent of global research output. this gap persists because governments don’t emphasize science and t
- Sep 15 20164 minutes
How to Get on the Right Side of the Digital Divide
To ensure that their societies benefit from global digitization, leaders need the right answers to these four questions.
- Dec 30 20167 minutes
Embracing An Ordinary Economy
In his new book, economist and historian Marc Levinson explains why no one should expect a return to the growth of the post-war boom years.
- Jan 13 20173 minutes
The End Of Government Oversight?
Republicans in Congress are working hard to remove business regulations that they believe are hampering economic growth.