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US losing financial credibility‘ - Gerald Celente on China intl bank

Published on Mar 24, 2015

Washington wants to work with a new global development fund – spearheaded by China. That’s a massive U-turn by US officials who just 2 weeks ago slammed London for seeking to engage with the Bank. 92 more words


Global Economy Predictions of 2015

The global economy is still struggling to gain momentum as many high-income countries continue to struggle with legacies of the global financial crisis and emerging economies. 124 more words

Research & Analysis

Women on the Frontlines of Water Insecurity

By Mayesha Alam

Find the PDF version of this Information2Action Rapid Response here.

Water is essential to life on earth, but we are facing a global crisis. 675 more words

Women's Economic Participation

Thailand's Teflon economy finally seems to be cracking

For nearly 15 years in the 2000s and early 2010s, Thailand’s economy, once one of the fastest-growing in the world, survived the effects of near-constant political turmoil, natural disasters, and worries about the country’s future in the wake of a looming royal succession. 716 more words

Global Labour University launches free Massive Open Online Course on Workers’ Rights in a Global Economy

We are happy to announce the launch of a free Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on Workers’ Rights in a Global Economy.

Starting on 1 June 2015, the six weeks online course will discuss what Global Workers’ Rights are and which instruments and strategies can be used to implement them. 247 more words

Christoph Scherrer

Should Business 'Master Geo-Economics' Like Government?

The World Economic Forum article that unveiled the WEF Global Risks Report 2015 last month urges business to be ‘like government’ and ‘master geo-economics’. The latter is, of course, the neologism that conflates geopolitics with global economics. 1,561 more words


Learn SQL at Stern

Want to learn SQL?  Some of our students tell us it’s becoming a must-have business tool. If you’re interested, check out our SQL Bootcamp, a non-credit elective course organized by Professors David Backus and Glenn Okun and taught by MBA student Sarah Beckett-Hile. 32 more words

Global Economy