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Safe Cities Index 2019: An award-winning programme on urban security

is a report from The Economist Intelligence Unit, sponsored by NEC Corporation. The report is based on the third iteration of the index, which ranks 60 cities across 57 indicators covering digital security, health security, infrastructure security and personal security. The index was devised and constructed by Vaibhav Sahgal and Divya Sharma Nag. The report was written by Paul Kiestra and edited by Naka Kondo and Chris Clague.

Hub of Business Continuity: How Asia-Pacific cities are managing during global disruption

Into the New World: The Covid-19 Pandemic’s Impact on Innovation

The Covid-19 pandemic is the most significant global disruption since World War II and the first truly global public health crisis in the modern era. Entire industries have ground to a halt; international travel has receded to its lowest level in 75 years; nearly all of the world’s leading economies are in recession; and at the time of publication, more than one million people have died from the virus and its complications. As the pandemic forces profound change in all aspects of society, technology is playing a starring role in enabling organisations to respond to disruption.

The Urban Transit Evolution

This new report, sponsored by Siemens UK, which reviews some of the urban mobility challenges facing well-established, congested cities. It provides a roadmap for city leaders to overcome these challenges, with a focus on factors to consider when making decisions around infrastructure projects and transport policies.

Key findings of the report include:

Digital Cities Index 2022: European Cities outperformed with open data projects and tightly defined sustainability schemes

How geopolitical factors are shaping foreign investment and what this could mean for sustainable development

Geopolitics are a defining feature of the global economy and will remain so for many years. This has driven an increased focus on national security in relation to countries’ screening mechanisms for inward foreign direct investment (FDI), a trend which is bound to be reinforced by the war in Ukraine.

Measuring Transport Connectivity for Trade in Asia

Measuring Transport Connectivity for Trade in Asia was commissioned by the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) as an annex to , the AIIB’s annual flagship publication.

UNCTAD: 2021’s other critical conference

The UNCTAD conference took place at a crucial moment for trade and development.

The power of proximity: Infographic

Technology and innovation environment most important for business during a crisis, finds EIU report

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