Publications & Research
Exponential Technologies Reshaping Our World
Data ownership and Privacy; Blockchain; Cryptocurrency; ArtificiaI Intelligence; Machine Learning.
Climate Change Disrupting Our Lives
Clean Energy Innovation; National and Corporate Strategies; Access to Energy.
An annual check-in on the most important multi-year global megatrends involving ESGT issues—systemic, strategic, and more tactical—that should be top of mind for all leaders.
The Future Workplace Cares More About Skills
The Skills Economy; Social and Emotional Learning; Skills Passports; Credentialing.
The 2020 “Back to School” edition of the summit was held as nations worldwide were grappling with how they could return to learning safely after closures kept a billion students out of school.
A WISE E-Book, published in collaboration with Diplomatic Courier and Salzburg Global Seminar. Responses from education’s frontline during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.
This special collection of 30 essays on the future of work and the digital economy was produced in collaboration with IMF’s New Economy Forum for the Annual Meetings in Washington, DC.
Trust in Institutions Is Receding
Misinformation, Fake News, Distrust Across Social Groups and Toward Leadership and Institutions.
This special anthology features thought leaders and experts who are not just practicing crisis management; they are enabling transformational change in the personal and organizational realm.
A parallel study of autocomplete text predictions between GPT-3—a new language generation algorithm—and Google Search by DisinfoLab, Diplomatic Courier, and World in 2050.
From a world where both the societal and natural systems move towards collapse, to one where symbiosis is the baseline for all activities on our planet, this report considers four future scenarios.
In this report we look at the post-pandemic world as an opportunity to build an equitable economy, exploring the fields women are beginning to dominate and how women stand to benefit from the coming economic transformation.
Governance Institutions Are at Their Weakest
The Weakening of Democracy and the Rule of Law; Rising Inequality.
While the UN is the most open it has been in decades, it is not up to task for the multiple crises we are facing today and the solutions are coming from hubs outside of New York and Geneva.