Not a day goes by without a fresh headline about the mix of supply-chain bottlenecks that continues to disrupt industrial production worldwide....

If you were to scan recent headlines, from submarine sales in the Pacific, to Chinese clampdowns on Evergrande and the Internet, to friction over...

COP26—the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference—will bring together countries with the aim of achieving net-zero carbon emissions by...

Policy inaction has left Australia a laggard among advanced economies in adopting lower net-emissions targets. But domestic climate policy could...

Cities will bounce back

Posted by James Bottomley on Sep 22, 2021 2:00:00 PM

Many major cities around the world—especially in North America and Europe—have been hit disproportionately hard by Covid-19 compared with their...

“Since December 2020, the EU has exported 700 million vaccine doses to 130 countries worldwide,” European Union (EU) Commission President Ursula...

The cost of travel has fallen over the past two decades, with global average spending per international trip across all destinations down 17% in...

An unexpected bright spot of the pandemic has been a surge in risk-taking by entrepreneurs, igniting a record stretch of business creation over...

The construction sector has been one of the most resilient areas of the economy during the pandemic. As many other areas of the economy had to...

The rising threat of climate change is challenging governments around the world. Previous research by colleagues at Oxford Economics concludes...