The Agenda Weekly from the World Economic Forum.
Grüezi mitenand! Welcome to the World Economic Forum’s weekly newsletter.
Will GDPR block blockchain? Regulators face data that can’t be deleted.
Misery likes population density. The geography of happiness.
On the Agenda
We’re paying too much for healthcare. Realign incentives for better results.
We finally have a life-saving vaccine for Ebola. Davos had a role to play.
Take that job in Mumbai. The most and least expensive cities for expats.
Do we praise entrepreneurs too much? Capitalism’s greatest weakness.
The myth of the “aging society.” How to reap the longevity dividend.
On our radar
Why so many men kill themselves: the toxicity of social perfectionism.
Saving capitalism from a Medici cycle. When start-ups become monopolies.
A sudden collapse is unlikely. But democracy may die in its sleep.
Italy without the euro? It might look a lot like the UK.
Market liberalization is the least of it. What reform really means in China.
The World Economic Forum in the news
Time to join together in the fight against cybercrime. Interview with the Forum’s new cybersecurity head. (The Daily Swig)
The war over Russian schools. Cites Forum Global Human Capital report. (The Economist)
Consumption, not investment, will drive growth in China. Draws on Forum report on the future of consumption. (Financial Times)
Time to listen to Melania. Op-ed cites Forum report New Vision for Education. (Washington Post)
The rise of the Muslim woman tech entrepreneur. By the Forum’s Saadia Zahidi. (New York Times)