• Thursday, 18 January
  • Monday, 12 February
  • Wednesday, 14 March
  • Thursday, 12 April
  • Monday, 14 May
  • Tuesday, 12 June
  • Wednesday, 11 July
  • Monday, 13 August
  • Wednesday, 12 September
  • Thursday, 11 October
  • Tuesday, 13 November
  • Wednesday, 12 December

  • Thursday, 18 January
  • Monday, 12 February
  • Wednesday, 14 March
  • Thursday, 12 April
  • Monday, 14 May
  • Tuesday, 12 June
  • Wednesday, 11 July
  • Monday, 13 August
  • Wednesday, 12 September
  • Thursday, 11 October
  • Tuesday, 13 November
  • Wednesday, 12 December

Only 1 in 5 firms worldwide have a female CEO or top manager, and it is more common among the smaller firms. While this does vary by around the world – Thailand and Cambodia are the only two countries where the data show more women running companies than men. Read More .

About a quarter of the world's refugees live in camps. They are largely concentrated in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia. Most refugees in other regions live in individual accommodation. Forced displacement is largely and increasingly an urban phenomenon, with refugees living in cities and towns where they seek security, anonymity, better access to services, and job opportunities. Read More .

The SAO or “surgical” workforce is extremely small in low-income countries (1 SAOs per 100,000 population) and lower middle-income countries (10 SAOs per 100,000 population) whereas there are 69 SAOs per 100,000 population in high-income countries. The discrepancy between high-income countries and low- and middle-income countries is even greater for surgical workforce density than that of physician density. Read More .

  • Thursday, 18 January
  • Monday, 12 February
  • Wednesday, 14 March
  • Thursday, 12 April
  • Monday, 14 May
  • Tuesday, 12 June
  • Wednesday, 11 July
  • Monday, 13 August
  • Wednesday, 12 September
  • Thursday, 11 October
  • Tuesday, 13 November
  • Wednesday, 12 December

Only 1 in 5 firms worldwide have a female CEO or top manager, and it is more common among the smaller firms. While this does vary by around the world – Thailand and Cambodia are the only two countries where the data show more women running companies than men. Read More .

About a quarter of the world's refugees live in camps. They are largely concentrated in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia. Most refugees in other regions live in individual accommodation. Forced displacement is largely and increasingly an urban phenomenon, with refugees living in cities and towns where they seek security, anonymity, better access to services, and job opportunities. Read More .

The SAO or “surgical” workforce is extremely small in low-income countries (1 SAOs per 100,000 population) and lower middle-income countries (10 SAOs per 100,000 population) whereas there are 69 SAOs per 100,000 population in high-income countries. The discrepancy between high-income countries and low- and middle-income countries is even greater for surgical workforce density than that of physician density. Read More .

Now in its 12th edition, The Global Risks Report 2017 completes more than a decade of highlighting the most significant long-term risks worldwide, drawing on the perspectives of experts and global decision-makers.

The Global Gender Gap Report 2017


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