Sign up to our newsletter below.

First name
Last name
Email
Company
Job Title
Industry
We see you're using an obsolete browser. For a better experience when browsing The New Economy, and for a better web, please consider switching to a newer browser. For more information on popular browsers please see browsehappy.com.
Digital editions
Link to digital editions

Latest Videos

Social network participation among Fortune 500 CEOs Positive trends point to a US embrace of solar power

Insights

Tidal bore energy was harnessed as far back as the 1960s. It’s predictable, renewable and can produce massive amounts of power; but it’s also costly and damaging

Tidal bore energy: how its harnessed

Tidal bore energy was harnessed as far back as the 1960s. It’s predictable, renewable and can produce massive amounts of power; but it’s also costly and damaging

Link to i40

Latest Reports

Link to healthcare microsite Link to renewables microsite Link to sustainability microsite Link to empowerment microsite

Strategy

Featured Strategic alliances may be trumpeted as offering companies huge opportunities, but they’re sometimes just the last throw of the dice by firms in need of fresh ideas

In bed with Big Brother: Apple and IBM form strategic alliance

Strategic alliances may be trumpeted as offering companies huge opportunities, but they’re sometimes just the last throw of the dice by firms in need of fresh ideas

Concerning: , ,
Strategy A collaboration between the OECD, the OECD Development Centre and the CLIO-INFRA project of academic researchers has released a report looking at people’s wellbeing and how it has progressed since the early 20th century

New study reveals the truth about economics and wellbeing

A collaboration between the OECD, the OECD Development Centre and the CLIO-INFRA project of academic researchers has released a report looking at people’s wellbeing and how it has progressed since the early 20th century

Concerning: ,
Home Big new infrastructure projects can seem tantalisingly good ideas on paper, but in reality can turn out to be costly mistakes

Dreams nobody wanted: when massive infrastructure projects go wrong

Big new infrastructure projects can seem tantalisingly good ideas on paper, but in reality can turn out to be costly mistakes

Concerning: ,
Strategy The New Economy is proud to name Gold Fields Ghana the recipient of its 2014 Award for Best Corporate Social Responsibility Policy in Africa. Here, the company explains how it has helped stakeholder communities develop sustainably

Gold Fields Ghana sets standard for responsible business

The New Economy is proud to name Gold Fields Ghana the recipient of its 2014 Award for Best Corporate Social Responsibility Policy in Africa. Here, the company explains how it has helped stakeholder communities develop sustainably

Home It looks like cloud gaming will render the dedicated games console redundant, and transform gaming from a product into a service. Matt Timms picks up a controller and finds out

The future is cloudy for consoles as video games move online

It looks like cloud gaming will render the dedicated games console redundant, and transform gaming from a product into a service. Matt Timms picks up a controller and finds out

Featured In a series of state bans, car dealerships are slamming US automaker Tesla for selling its own cars. Now car makers and regulators are taking on the powerful auto dealer lobbies in a bid to revolutionise the US car industry

Tesla’s fight with dealership monopoly rattles the car industry

In a series of state bans, car dealerships are slamming US automaker Tesla for selling its own cars. Now car makers and regulators are taking on the powerful auto dealer lobbies in a bid to revolutionise the US car industry

Strategy Neoclassical economics is flawed; it values neatness over reality. Behavioural economics offers a new scientific framework and tools for understanding data

Behavioural economics may not have all the answers, but it’s close

Neoclassical economics is flawed; it values neatness over reality. Behavioural economics offers a new scientific framework and tools for understanding data

Concerning:
Strategy Statistics reveal that the fight for women to get into executive sports positions is as tough as ever

Sports industry must promote women into more leadership roles

Statistics reveal that the fight for women to get into executive sports positions is as tough as ever

Concerning:
Strategy Unconditional basic income is being heralded as the solution to all of Europe’s financial problems, but the salary for everyone is not all it’s cracked up to be

Why unconditional basic income is no more than a socialist fairytale

Unconditional basic income is being heralded as the solution to all of Europe’s financial problems, but the salary for everyone is not all it’s cracked up to be

Strategy A slew of new research suggests more attractive people make for better chiefs and even boost the share value of their companies

How attractiveness became a new type of currency in the workplace

A slew of new research suggests more attractive people make for better chiefs and even boost the share value of their companies

Strategy The sudden illness of Samsung Chairman Lee Kun-Hee has sparked speculation about who will succeed him, and what direction the electronics giant will take

Samsung Chairman’s heart attack puts company at crossroads

The sudden illness of Samsung Chairman Lee Kun-Hee has sparked speculation about who will succeed him, and what direction the electronics giant will take

Strategy New World Bank paper highlights the challenges of identifying those who have been reduced to extreme poverty

World Bank: economic growth “not enough” to end poverty

New World Bank paper highlights the challenges of identifying those who have been reduced to extreme poverty

Concerning:

<< Older posts