Tag Archives: World Economic Forum

Toward a People-Centered Globalization?

After the Yellow Vests challenged Macron in France, is there a way out of the conundrum for the G20 nations?

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The (Silent) Revolution of Muslim Women

Since 2000, 50 million women in predominantly-Muslim countries have entered the labor market.

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Western Europe: The Fastest-Closing Gender Gap

Which world regions have the widest gender gaps and which are closing slowest?

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The Economic Participation Gender Gap: Two More Centuries?

Across five economic dimensions, women’s inclusion in recent years has been slower than in other areas of life.

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The Women’s Education Gap is Nearly Closed

Health outcomes are even closer but moving in the wrong direction.

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International Women’s Day: 100 More Years to Parity?

The overall gender gap and the political representation gap specifically is still a century from closing at the current pace.

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Erdogan’s Turkey

Where does Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s Turkey rank in terms of global competitiveness?

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What Really Is Competitiveness?

Nations compete — but no one ever accurately measures national competitiveness.

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U.S.-China: The Difficulty of Becoming Number Two

Are U.S. politicians ready to tell their people that the day is near when the United States will no longer be the globe’s number one?

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Being a Woman in Turkey and in the Middle East

What did the Arab Spring do for the rights of women in the Middle East? And how can the West help?

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