Global Economy & Inclusion
Financial and geopolitical risks have a vast impact on the economy affecting everything from global supply chains to how inclusive society can be. Although the increasing use of digital technologies can enhance the way society and the economy function it also exposes us to cybersecurity threats. Understanding these risks and their evolutions can help us better anticipate them.
Rational Policymaking in Times of Uncertainty
Policymaking during two simultaneous crises such as the COVID 19 pandemic and climate change can be extremely challenging. In both crises, global impacts are unprecedented, and decisions are taken in a highly uncertain, complex, and rapidly changing environments. In such a context, in which human lives, the environment and the economy are at stake, using ideas and constructs from modern decision theory can make policymaking a more responsible and transparent process.
LGBTQ+ Inclusion: Gauging Progress in the Workplace
As much of the world celebrates Pride month this June, a new study commissioned by AXA Asia has revealed that many companies in the region are still falling short when it comes to fostering an LGBTQ+ friendly working environment through Inclusion and Diversity (I&D) initiatives. The findings underline key areas where action can help to tackle factors that affect the mental health of LGBTQ+ employees, including acceptance, working culture and the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
AI Regulation and the Limits of Transparency
During AXA’s Security Days – an internal event that brought together AXA Group security teams to discuss the future of security – Joanna Bryson, Professor of Ethics and Technology at the Hertie School in Berlin and an AXA Award recipient for AI Ethics, discussed the issues of AI Regulation and the Limits of Transparency.