Striving for gender and race diversity is always a good end unto itself, but in the venture capital industry homogeneity may actually be hurting returns.
Robert Wigley's new book examines the damage being done to Generation Z by Big Tech and sees the free markets advocate call for better regulation as a remedy.
It has been one year since the UK went into lockdown as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. Investment Monitor rounds up its coverage of how the worlds of business and FDI have changed over the past 12 months.
Professor Klaus Schwab, founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum, discusses his new book, the impact of Covid-19 on the global economic system, and the rising role of ESG.
IPAs and corporates should join forces to put gender equality at the forefront of their investment strategies, as it makes sense financially as well as working towards reaching the targets of the fifth SDG.
Partner content: The Red Sea Project prides itself on being the world’s most ambitious regenerative tourism venture, instigating a science-led approach to luxury resort development. John Pagano, CEO of The Red Sea Development Company, discusses how this approach influences the investment partner mix; and tourism’s potential to elevate people, as well as place.
The purpose of an investment climate index isn’t compatible with the role of a development bank. Doing Business and the World Bank should be decoupled to maintain the credibility of both.
On International Women's Day, Courtney Fingar looks at how FDI can help countries and companies to get closer to gender equality, hopefully quicker than the 257 years the WEF predicts closing this gap will take.
Diversification, profit, societal value and sustainable development are but a few of the very good reasons for investors to prioritise social infrastructure in a post-Covid world, writes Investment Monitor's Sofia Karadima.