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What is the nature of time and how do we make the best of it?
How older societies will change our economies
Trading against the most extreme bets into cheap inflation protection is rewarded, though it can take time
Computer-supported driving is still in its infancy, but auto researchers are working hard to avoid accidents such as the fatal crash of a Tesla Model S. Some scientists are even playing with rubber ducks, but only in the interests of our safety
As societies age, more and more elderly people are exposed to crimes by both family and strangers
Recent wave of immigrants unlikely to cause much of a glitch to Germany’s economy
Technological innovation continuously extends the boundaries of modern medicine, forcing doctors and other health workers to decide if they want to do what they can do. In the extreme, this may lead to weighing one life against another while academic evidence suggests that patients want something entirely different
Now that Europe has a new soccer champion, it is time to learn some economic lessons from this diverse EURO 2016. Empathizing with other humans is a subroutine of the brain, but Hausmann points to ever larger social groups in a globalized world as one reason for Brexit and the rise of mini national teams
As increasing life expectancy forces societies to adapt to multistage lives, our life path will become more convoluted
Raghuram Rajan’s dismissal as India's central bank governor could end the Indian dream for foreign investors
Policy makers need to tackle the economy’s trifecta of structural, demand and debt impediments to avoid more volatility, writes Mohamed El-Erian
Polluted air and heatwaves are killing millions and Asia could suffer the most in a hotter, dirtier future unless it acts fast
In less than 50 years, Japan’s population went from young to super-aged. European countries are gaining, but at a different pace
International liquidity is as low as 30% of global GDP, but there is no solution in sight
Productivity growth in developed countries is weak, but economists don’t exactly know why, Nouriel Roubini admits
Insurance may be an ancient concept, but it remains instrumental in weathering modern financial storms