Public Health Crucial for Urbanized World

Concentrated populations are often seen as a boon for the environment because resources can be easily shared. But so can pathogens. How can cities discourage infectious disease? By Nate Berg July 30, 2016 Near the corner of Broadwick and Lexington in London’s

Calls for G20 to act as fiscal, monetary policies falter

By Kevin Yao and David Lawder  July 23, 2016 CHENGDU, China (Reuters) – Fiscal and monetary policies are becoming less effective at spurring economic activity so the world’s leading economies need to increase coordination to promote sustainable growth, China’s Finance Minister Lou

Universities in Crisis: a series

Jim McNiven wraps up his three-part series The Future of the Global University System (public access) with thoughts on Globalizing Access to Higher Education. An excerpt: Let’s take a tour d’horizon of what seem to be the relevant pieces of the situation outlined in