Is Europe simply uncompetitive? We ask a former EU commissioner and a Swiss economist.
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Where the euro went wrong - a frank assessment from a German who helped design it.
Which emerging markets are still emerging? We hear from China, India and Russia.
Whose idea was this single currency anyway? An architect of the euro defends his creation.
What are the rights and wrong of sending robots to war?
Lesley Curwen speaks to technology innovators at the FiRe conference in California.
Could China, once the engine of global growth, be spluttering and threatening to stall?
As Egypt prepares to go to the polls, we assess the economic state of the nation.
The three things we do know about the eurozone crisis, and the three things we don't.
Would new US regulations have stopped the trading scandal at JP Morgan Chase?
An adviser to the German government says Greece must stick to the terms of its bailout.
Would a Greek exit from the euro start money flowing from southern to northern Europe?
How changes in world food supply and demand are going to affect you and what you eat.
A disection of the anatomy of a euro breakup - how would Greece go about leaving?
As Greece teeters once again, we ask if the IMF has over-committed the world's money?
Which is the best recipe for European recovery - austerity or economic stimulus?
Youth unemployment: should young people create their own jobs by starting businesses?
Is Asia's wealth gap worsening? Plus, how India's rich evade $300bn in taxes each year.
Can the French and Greek elections turn the tide against austerity in Europe?
Will Vladimir Putin's return to the Kremlin be good for business?
Is running Greece's privatisation programme the worst job in the world?
Why China's unbroken thirty year long boom isn't likely to bust any time soon.
Two very different visions of our nuclear future in a post-Fukushima world.