Fatima Hadj, chair for Principles for Responsible Investment, discusses the importance of methodology in ESG strategies, and the rise of accountability and transparency in this field.
The court case of Elizabeth Holmes, accused of defrauding investors in Theranos, shows the pitfalls of blind faith investment in deep tech. There is a better way.
The ambitious ‘Polish Deal’ Development Programme and a record EU stimulus package pave the way for years of economic growth in Poland, according to Stanisław Pietrzak and Wiktor Shmeruk of CEC Group.
As the UK suffers from the effects of both Covid-19 and Brexit, increasing trade links with India offer some light on the horizon, according to JPIN VCATS's Nayan Gala.
Start-ups can't get the funding they require in Europe and must turn to the US. This is the common consensus, but as Martin Kaspar writes, it is also outdated.
Western leaders are pushing for net zero by 2050, but not enough thought is being given to where all the metals for the green transition will come from.
With Scotland announcing it will trial a four-day working week, it is not inconceivable that this will become the new normal, however much the concept may jolt some employers.
Republican states are losing the US vaccination race – and with deadly consequences. A stark economic price is also being paid.
The UK manufacturing sector is still struggling with Brexit and Covid-19, making the government's £53m injection a welcome move. More is needed, however.
Globalisation may have played a pivotal role in bringing the world several effective Covid-19 vaccines, but a lopsided distribution will only prove its critics right.