Dr Hynes is head of the OECD New Approaches to Economic Challenges Unit.
Telling Humanity’s Brain Story: Insights From Brain Capital
Which innovations can improve measurement, technology, investment, and public policy surrounding brain health?
Building Brain Resilience: A Multi-Level Systems Approach
Beyond the COVID-19-driven shock, we must develop a resilient future in an increasingly uncertain world.
Advancing Brain Capital: Achievements, Lessons, and Next Steps
A transdisciplinary team summarizes key points and reflections after 18 months of activity.
Building a Resilient Future: Addressing Youth Mental Health
We must prioritize youth mental health for a flourishing and resilient American future.
Violence Against Women and Acquired Brain Injuries
Violence against women and resulting traumatic brain injuries increased during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Disinformation? There are Remedies for That
Efforts are underway to design and advance solutions to disinformation.
Brain Capital Foundry: Accelerating Responsible Innovation
How can this new model help us link brain-based innovation with economics?
Teleworking—A New Way of Working?
The COVID-19 crisis has changed teleworking. What should you be aware of looking toward the future?
Shedding Light on the Shadow Brain Pandemic: The Devastating Effects of Gendered Violence-Related Acquired Brain Injury
In honor of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women on November 25, 2021, let’s consider the impact of IPV on the neuropsychiatric health of women.
Brain Science Must Be on COP 26 Agenda
As the COP-26 (Conference of the Parties) gets ready to convene to discuss climate change, it is crucial for them to consider brain science.
Sustaining Investment in Brain Health: The Dangers of Information Asymmetry
Information asymmetry occurs when one party has more or better information than the other party. Asymmetry and fraud will sour investor interest in the field.
Let’s Build Brains Better! Brain Science-Inspired Policies for the Future
In order to face the rapidly changing, increasingly complex, and globally connected world, we need to focus on the importance of early brain and child development.
Modern Capitalism Must Prioritize Our Minds and Brains
By prioritizing minds and brains, governments, civil society, and companies will be better equipped with the health and skills needed to face unprecedented global challenges.
Boosting Brain Health After COVID-19: A Convergence Solution
How can we face the current pandemic while addressing the brain health crisis?
Highlighting Brain-Based Inequalities for Women: From Bedside and Boardroom to Policy
The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated mental health and gender inequalities around the world. Understanding the causes is the first step toward finding solutions.
Our Brains Are Accelerating the Climate Catastrophe
Investments in brain health and brain skills are key to sustaining the environment and navigating the complexities of social-ecological challenges.
A Brainier Approach to ESG Investing
Devoting funds to better benefit brain health could improve society as a whole.
Feeling Lucky? Convergence Mental Health as a Mechanism for Serendipitous Innovation
This mindset might be the key to mental health breakthroughs.
Smart Growth: the Case for Measuring Brain Capital
Brain health disorders cost the global economy more than $3 trillion per year in lost productivity. What can we do about it?
Move Over Data, Brain Capital is the New Oil
What consequences will big data and artificial intelligence have on brain health and economics?
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