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Big money in the shadows-Where the informal economy is booming (1-September-2017)
by 趙永祥 2017-09-02 09:59:58, Reply(0), Views(284)


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Millennials prefer career and salary to enjoying life. The new Global Shapers Survey is out.

Big money in the shadows. Where the informal economy is booming.


On the Agenda


80% of Indian women have suffered harassment. These police will stop it.

Can’t live without your phone? There’s a reason — and a solution.

Ageing fast, strong money and zombies. The threats to Europe’s recovery.

If AI merges with human stupidity. Dangers of the impending singularity.

Beef burgers for vegans. Bill Gates and others invest in manufactured meat.


On our radar
 

Who suffers more from smartphone use than children? Their parents.

When gene testing isn’t regulated. China’s booming genetics market.

Is the world slouching toward a grave systemic crisis? What we call the “world order” is really just the accumulation of local problem-solving.

What brought success to the first industrial economy? Not institutions. Education.

Indebted governments can print money to escape recession. Stimulus beats austerity, but you have to spend it wisely.

The World Economic Forum in the news


Robots are coming — and millennials are pleased. Coverage of the Forum’s 2017 Global Shapers Survey. (Business Insider)

What Singaporean millennials want. More Global Shapers Survey coverage. (Straits Times)

Davos calling. India’s Prime Minister likely to attend the 2018 Annual Meeting. (Times of India)

Germany, leader of the free world? Cites Global Risks Report. (Handelsblatt Global)

Amazon’s threat to banks. Quotes Forum project lead on disruptive innovation in financial services. (Digiday)
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