By Robert Heeg
Daniel Franklin, The Economist’s executive editor confirms he operates in a very fast moving world, the impact of which is accelerated further through social media. “That’s not only true because of elections and Donald Trump, but also because of social trends that spread very fast, such as Harvey Weinstein and the sexual harassment wave.”
Franklin thinks the world is still in a period of absorbing the shock of the great recession, nearly ten years ago. That, as well as the pace of technological change and a sense of instability, leads him to believe there is a challenge but also a necessity of trying to peer ahead.
RIWI’s global LGBT+ data were released at the 2018 World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland as part of the annual Open for Business report, which focuses on business and development around the world, demonstrating that open, inclusive, and diverse societies are better for economic growth.
Eighty two percent of the wealth generated last year went to the richest one percent of the global population, while the 3.7 billion people who make up the poorest half of the world saw no increase in their wealth, according to a new Oxfam report released today. The report is being launched as political and business elites gather for the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
By John Kearon
Can it go further, and help us to better it? We look at an advertising campaign run by the ESOMAR Foundation using research insight to improve people’s lives. Armed with a generous gift of online banner advertising space from AOL’s own Foundation Oath for Good, here is what happened.