Innovation means creating and capturing value from new things. And it's better for the Kiwi economy if investment in that innovation grows local industries and creates jobs.
The Job Creation Bill is alleged to enrich only the elites and harm the working class.
How to ensure your savings, as well as your everyday consumption, are sustainable.
Investors who care about the environment are better off holding shares in and exercising their influence over fossil fuel companies.
Investment in tech businesses is crumbling but the winners are eyeing up the losers.
The Indonesian government is still struggling to patch “infrastructure gaps”, The COVID-19 pandemic will make it even harder.
International financing for massive infrastructure projects can create new problems for African cities.
African governments need to spend more effort on maximising the impact of foreign direct investment on economic growth
An economist who has studied new ways to improve measures of gross domestic product explains what GDP is and how it could better reflect an economy and the well-being of its inhabitants.
SoftBank is pouring another US$8 billion into WeWork, even though the office rental company is now valued at just US$8 billion.
Cutting carbon use depends on changing social norms and behaviour as much as technology.
Adam Neumann both controlled and managed the co-working company he founded in 2011. A finance scholar explains why that can be a serious problem in venture capital-backed startups.
Research shows how decision making by investors is affected by the one-hour clock change.
WeWork's uncertain future reflects how investors have wised up to the hype around Silicon Valley start ups.
Contrary to the belief that resource strained parents invest in academically stronger children, studies show that Ethiopian parents tend to invest more in the child with lower academic capabilities.
A call to make our cities more resilient to climate change could drive one of the largest new infrastructure builds in history.
Germany's rising inequality shows what happens when consumers and companies don't widely embrace innovation.
Michael Burry was right about the bubble that caused the Global Financial Crisis. He's wrong about the next bubble being passive investment.
It has undoubtedly been a game-changer for entrepreneurial finance, but researchers are discovering new inequalities and risks for investors.
The only possible solution to the crisis, socialisation, is the one that the current government will not consider.