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March 2023

Rekindling US productivity for a new era

What would it take to regain historical rates of productivity growth in the US—a boost needed to confront workforce shortages, debt, inflation, and the energy transition?
March 2023

Performance through people: Transforming human capital into competitive advantage

Can building talent translate into concrete results for firms? How can firms make that happen?
January 2023

Pixels of Progress: A granular look at human development across the world

What new insights can we gain by examining human and economic development through a microregional lens?
October 2022

Securing Europe’s competitiveness: Addressing its technology gap

Europe’s long-standing weakness in tech is the source of a large and growing corporate performance challenge. What needs to be done to level the playing field?
June 2022

Human capital at work: The value of experience

The great attrition and today’s labor shortages have given the timeless topic of human capital new urgency.
February 2022

The net-zero transition: What it would cost, what it could bring.

Countries and companies are stepping up their climate commitments, but what would it actually take to achieve the net-zero ambition?
April 2021

Will productivity and growth return after the COVID 19 crisis?

History tells us that, after the COVID-19 crisis, economies could face stagnation or broad-based growth. Will the stars align for economies after the COVID-19 crisis?
April 2021

The consumer demand recovery and the lasting effects of COVID-19

The pandemic caused an unprecedented consumer shock to the global economy. But what happens when the pandemic is over?
March 2021

The future of work after COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic was a dramatic disruption to labor markets worldwide. What might the long-term outlook be?