The K@W Network:
China's slowing growth and financial volatility is rippling through the global economy and is causing devaluations and an economic slowdown across Asia. Wharton finance professor Franklin Allen outlines the risks.
Global food production is not keeping up with population growth. Will there be a second Green Revolution to close the productivity gap?
Some 49 million people in the U.S. lack access to healthy food. The problem of course is not scarcity, but poverty, and food banks are increasingly working to supply healthier[…]
Christian Noyer, Banque de France governor, says the priority for Greece is to revive growth and ensure long-run solvency.
As Europe's refugee influx grows, it's necessary to share the load globally and recognize the long-term positives, say experts.
Economists agree that Mexico's prospects for becoming a truly industrial economy will remain limited unless it invests heavily in infrastructure. A plan is in place -- but will the country[…]
Skittish investors seeking safety have poured a lot of money into corporate bond mutual funds in recent years. Which raises the question: What happens when that flow reverses?
India's government has made financial inclusion a major priority. Will the new initiatives work?
President Barack Obama’s new push for more wind and solar power could help drive clean energy innovation. But the game-changer would be a carbon tax, says a Penn expert.
Following last week’s devaluation of the yuan, the focus is shifting to structural impediments China faces on its path to reforms.