As the world becomes darker and more dangerous, economics provides an unlikely source of optimism.

Twenty-twenty-three was dubbed the ‘Year of Exhaustion’. Devastation caused by wars and natural disasters; polarisation pervading both online and in-person; and a sense of overwhelm by the breathless pace of technology. A world in crisis is the new normal, so it’s no wonder that many people are experiencing burnout from pandemic fallout, geopolitical instability and the soaring cost of living of recent years. Read more here.