Human behavior is not easy to predict? Or is it? There is a dilemma when it comes to forecast human actions in everyday life or in the economy. The concept of nudging represents an approach to solve this dilemma as Simon Bartke, Researcher at the Kiel Institute for the World Economy, describes it in his blog post.
Pierre Monnin, a Fellow at the Council on Economic Policies, has prepared an insightful and practical solution to present at the upcoming GES session: Monetary Policy and Income Inequality.
Duncan Campbell is the Director of the Policy Integration Department of the International Labour Office. We had the opportunity to speak with him about his thoughts on “The Future of Work”, a session on which he will serve as a panelist during this year’s GES in Kuala Lu
GES is proud to present revolution of the PRESENT, a feature-length documentary by Writer/Director Marc Lafia that prompts us to us rethink our presumptions and narratives about the individual and society, the local and global, our politics and technology.
The world we live in is becoming increasingly complex and interdependent. Traditional institutions are having difficulties keeping up with the pace of change that we are facing and as a consequence solving global problems. In order to solve the world’s most pressing issues, we need to implement multi-stakeholder solutions (MSS) that span across sectors, geographies, philosophies, languages, races, religions and all other potentially imaginable barriers. Here is Dr. Peter Vogel’s approach.
Harald Czycholl explains the situation in Brazil ahead of the 2014 World Cup.