MGI Essay Prize: Crowdsourcing ideas for revitalizing growth in Europe
After receiving several hundred essay submissions on how to pump life into Europe’s economy, the judges awarded prizes in a McKinsey Global Institute contest.
Le crisi politiche? Colpa della non-crescita
Uno studio in 25 economie avanzate ha stabilito che, tra il 2005 e il 2014, i redditi reali di due terzi delle famiglie sono rimasti invariati o sono diminuiti. Generando sfiducia.
Ascensore sociale in panne
Italia maglia nera: tutte le giovani famiglie hanno redditi invariati o in calo.
Sustaining sustainability: What institutional investors should do next on ESG
Mainstream institutions have made progress integrating environmental, social, and governance factors into their investing, but they still have far to go. Six ideas can take them to the next level.
Unlocking the potential of frontline managers in global health
Health systems in developing countries have a big opportunity to improve the provision of services by strengthening the capabilities of their frontline managers.
A window of opportunity for Europe
The region could achieve economic growth of 2 to 3 percent annually by undertaking supply-side reforms and boosting investment and job-creation efforts.
Japan: Lessons from a hyperaging society
The country’s population, already the world’s oldest, is aging quickly. Companies in Europe, North America, and Asia can learn from its experience.
How business and government can bring young people into work
Youth unemployment is a global problem without an easy solution. Yet an innovative program making a difference in Berlin holds lessons for others.
Impact investing: finanza sociale con lo spirito da Silicon Valley
Laura Callanan (McKinsey): «Nuovi strumenti finanziari che legano profit e non profit».
The US employment challenge: Perspectives from Carl Camden and Michael Spence
The CEO of a global staffing firm and a Nobel laureate economist discuss the changing face of US employment and the obstacles to job creation.
Linking jobs and education in the Arab world
The region’s future prosperity depends on its youth. Governments must ensure that young people have the right skills for the jobs being created.
Innovating US higher education: Arizona State University’s Michael Crow
A pace-setting university president explains why US universities need to become more productive, and how to advance reforms.
How does a school system improve?
New research suggests that common sets of interventions can help systems move from one performance level to the next, without regard to culture, geography, politics, or history.
How the world’s most improved school systems keep getting better
Analyzing the experiences of 20 school systems from all parts of the globe that have achieved significant, sustained, and widespread gains, as measured by national and international standards of...
The U.S. low carbon economics tool
A suite of models for estimating the economic implications of energy and climate policies for the Unites States of America.