Increasing Women's Participation in Cryptocurrencies
Cryptocurrencies have revolutionized the world in recent years. Why can this be a great opportunity for women to invest in them?
Pandemic and Women's Finances in Latin America and the Caribbean
A recent report by ECLAC remarks that the economic crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has produced a negative impact on the work opportunities and labor conditions for women in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Has Artificial Intelligence Created Income Inequality?
The challenge of artificial intelligence is to measure efficiency in order to drive automation.
Colombia Will Implement Blockchain Towards the Oil and Gas Sector
The National Agency of Hydrocarbons informed that it will continue implementing a blockchain solution in the process of area allocation for exploration and production of oil and gas.
Does Experiential Consumption Bring More Happiness Than Material Goods?
In the year 1974 Easterlin made the ambiguous observation that income and wellbeing are correlated at a given point in time but happiness does not increase with income over longer periods.
The Influence of Your Generation in the Digital World
The Internet has been one of the most transformative innovations in the modern world, allowing profound changes in society.
Melinda Gates, and the Awards Obtained for Her Life Dedicated to Philanthropy
Bill and Melinda Gates' divorce has been a big controversy, what the distribution of their assets and money will be like.
Pink Tax: The Cost Overrun on Products Marketed to Women
Have you ever wondered what the difference is between products that are advertised differently for women and for men?
Bogolo Joy Kenewendo, the Youngest Minister in Botswana
Bogolo Joy Kenewendo is an inspirational and trailblazing African Economist, ALU Expert In Residence, and former Botswana's Minister of Investment & Trade.
Female Perspective in Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies
While the investment world seems to be dominated by men, women can have a great advantage in achieving financial independence.
Adriana Cárdenas, Managing One of the Ten Best Credit Cards
Visa Inc, the global consortium for digital payments, published that Adriana Cárdenas is its new general manager at the Colombia headquarters.
Meet Three Women Economists Who Are Redefining the Capitalist Economy
Three women with invaluable success in global leadership are restructuring the capitalist economy in a unique way.
The Pandemic Highlights the Social Relevance of the Care Economy
The re-establishment of women's economic autonomy is one of the central axes of economic recovery for Latin America and the Caribbean.
Spending on experiences versus possessions advances more immediate happiness
Some purchases seem to be better than others at generating happiness.
Investment Towards Women Ensures Economic Recovery
The IDB discussed the importance of reducing financial inequality as a strategy to reactivate the economy in Latin America.
The Breakdown of Paradigms in the World Trade Organization
Ngozi Okonjo was appointed Director-General of the World Trade Organization; the first woman and representative of the global south.
The Key to Economic Recovery Lies in Female Empowerment
Is the pandemic an opportunity to open our eyes as a society towards gender equality?
What are unicorn companies and why could they be vital for Latin America?
The future of global markets could be influenced by these types of companies
Towards a Higher Quota of Women in Executive Positions
While one woman has led Germany itself for the past 15 years, this has certainly not been the case at the country's top companies.
The Coronavirus Generates High Unemployment For Millennials
Millennials have been the most impacted generation due to the COVID-19 pandemic's financial crisis.
Resilient businesswomen: Luz Marina Jaramillo, Pavimentos Colombia
Five days with the most resilient Colombian businesswomen in the face of the crisis
Women in leadership positions remain rare in Japan
New figures show the little involvement of women in working life
Countries with developed businesses reduce the female wage gap
The World Bank and its allies analyze in a new report, the possibilities of economic growth for women
A Cuban woman would be in command of the World Bank finances
Carmen M. Reinhart, Cuban by birth, has just assumed the role of vice president and chief economist of the World Bank.
Fintech industry and culture change: what you need to know
In an interview with The Woman Post, Cleiva Alves Aguilar talks about the importance and impact of the Fintech industry in the current market.
Women-only business groups marginalize and fail to empower members
Women-only business networks fail to boost female entrepreneurship and instead serve to marginalize further the very people they seek to help
World's 22 richest men have more than all women in Africa
According to information released by Oxfam, billionaires have doubled in the past decade and are richer than 60 percent of the global population.