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Will our era be a triumph or a disaster? It’s up to us. Download the latest magazine (8MB)
Is your fear of sharks causing you to undersave?
The zombie genre has been done to death, but one critical question remains
As the major transitions of our times continuously reshape the risk landscape, the financial service industry is faced with a multitude of interconnected risks – with the potential to lead to a domino effect
The road to fully autonomous driving is paved with good intentions and a number of potential bumps. Should the insurance industry expect rising claims costs?
Is our world going through an especially tumultuous era, or does it seem like that for every generation? This is part two of the PROJECT M Focus article
Is our world going through an especially tumultuous era, or does it seem like that for every generation? Whether or not our times are more turbulent, they’ll leave an indelible mark on the pages of history
Differences in mortality tables, also known as life tables, can create problems for insurers and pension funds
The path from the field to the dinner plate can be fraught with dangers posed by extreme weather – hail, frost, storms and fire. Fortunately, there is “one weird old trick” that can help reduce the threat for farmers
Creative destruction has become popular shorthand for how capitalism works. But is the process of change popularized by Joseph Schumpeter malfunctioning?
World Heritage listing is increasingly seen as a brand by travelers, a stamp of quality that the site offers an experience that is unique or truly spectacular. But is the influx of tourists caused by listing causing more harm than good?
Suspicion is the guiding principle on European markets in the post financial crash era, which is hampering recovery, argues Olivier Rousseau
At a time when western-led globalization appears to be unravelling, the European Union will be more critical for the success of its members rather than less, argues Ludovic Subran
Central banks are fighting a war on cash that could lead to an overly powerful monetary policy, warns Hans-Jörg Naumer
Financial illiteracy is widespread and few people can legitimately claim “We don’t need no education,” but off-the-shelf approaches are no solution either
Financial and risk literacy are essential life skills, but a new survey reveals many Europeans still lack basic knowledge
Technology is becoming increasingly important in health care, but doctors will remain at the controls