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Four top executives describe what they look for when filling an international opening — and which credentials they ignore.
Leaders at many central banks are departing to mixed reviews. Can their successors chart a new course?
China’s expansion has slowed dramatically, but the former chief economist for the World Bank argues that the growth spurt isn’t over just yet.
While the rest of the world obsesses over Europe’s economic travails, America’s political paralysis, and the growth slowdown in China and other emerging markets, there remains a region — Sub-Saharan Africa — where poverty is almost the rule, not the exception
Forget about thinking outside the box. To create breakthrough change, work with what's familiar, say two experts. Try their five simple ways to spark innovation.
The former chancellor of Austria lays out a case for a free-trade agreement between the United States and the European Union. The barrier: many Europeans tend to overemphasize risk when assessing opportunities.
The Chinese central bank has recently hinted that it will quicken the pace of interest rate reforms. But more is needed to make the country’s economy truly market-determined, says Shang-Jin Wei.