Increasing life expectancy and falling birthrates means many of us may have to keep working until beyond 71 years of age.
Conservative critics argue the ‘social responsibility’ of business lies in increasing profits. But values have always been tied up with money-making, from the welfare state to colonialism.
The complexity of the financial market is far beyond the information processing capabilities of human cognition.
We look to politicians to provide climate change solutions, but there is only so much they can do. Beyond regulation, governments should remember the key role they play in promoting innovation.
Ensuring that ego and prestige of the Global North does not get in the way of on-the-ground results in the Global South will be the key to effective social impact investing in the years to come.
How does the UK ensure a decent standard of living for its elderly population?
Global warming plus leverage equals a big mess for companies.
Some see Elon Musk as an idiot savant; others think of him simply as an idiot. How did an unelected citizen come to wield such power?
Most Ghanaian footballers have poor levels of financial literacy and financial behaviour.
Financial analysts have a gullibility problem − and the better their reputation, the worse it is.
Financing is available to farmers. What’s in contention is whether what’s available helps farmers enter the industry, expand and grow.
The first ‘climate-smart’ sovereign credit rating shows 59 nations will have lower ratings before 2030 without emissions cuts.
The outcomes of increased financial inclusion in Ghana have been mixed
Islamic banks must follow Sharia law, and as such take a different approach to traditional Australian banks. They don’t charge interest, and are much more selective about which activities they fund.
A new book exposes how the ‘chaos kings’ of high finance play with other people’s lives as if they were meaningless pieces in a parlour game for the wealthy elite.
A Welsh mining company was the first to issue tokens to workers as an alternative form of payment.
African states say a pan-African rating agency will enable them to access capital and integrate the continent with global financial markets.
Despite China’s economic power, the yuan lags as a major global currency. Here’s why current US interest rates and sanctions on Russia may change that.
The development effectiveness of these investments could be enhanced by, among other things, greater transparency or better impact measurement.
My research suggests City firms’ efforts to deliver more equal representation at the top have not worked because they were never meant to.