Human well-being is about more than income. It's about opportunities, what people can be and do – and how innovation affects this.
Solutions are not simply about the 'best' technology – tensions may exist between agri-food, bio-energy and green-tech policies.
Innovation is the fundamental engine of growth, employment and quality of life, but its advantages are unevenly distributed.
The pace and significance of China's rise has implications for both traditional and emerging powers, as well as for developing countries.
Innovation profoundly affects health systems and access to care, but research on innovation and health equity remain poorly integrated.
New OU-led project will establish an international network able to develop policy-relevant research on migration’s role in inclusive growth.
After RBS fails the Bank of England's stress tests, Alan Shipman explores why eight years of economic recovery haven't yet cured the banking woes.
International Development seminar hosted jointly with the OU's Citizenship & Governance SRA on Engaged Scholarship. Postponed: new date tbc
Dr Jo Beall (British Council) examines the global trends, challenges and opportunities faced by higher education today.
Rather than being a flagrant violation of good governance, did the secret loans simply follow the road shaped by donors and lenders?
In January's issue: Spatial models, wicked problems & free online course for humanitarian managers.