Climate Change

Two Hundred Years Of Talking About Climate Change

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By Joseph Mazur Back in the 1970s, when I was a graduate student at MIT, there were a few weeks of cafeteria conversations among earth...
Vaccine Hesitancy in Africa

COVID-19 Vaccination, Supply Chain and Concerns on Vaccine Hesitancy in Africa

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By King Carl Tornam Duho, Anna Taylor, Dr Rosemond Sussana Amamoo and Dr Roselyn Salomey Amamoo The drivers of the economic crisis from the pandemic...
Driving Positive Change for Women

Driving Positive Change for Women through Innovative Private Sector Investments

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By Neeti Katoch, Amanda Satterly and Anne Valko Celestino The growing popularity of gender lens investing is backed by evidence that investing in women makes...
water agriculture

Water Wastage in Agriculture

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Agriculture relies on many elements to produce food, but the most important of them is water. Irrigated agriculture accounts for 40% of global food...
Evacuees board plane

Afghanistan: Western Powers Must Accept Defeat and Deal Realistically with the Taliban

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By Sten Rynning The short version of events in Afghanistan is that Pakistan won and the international alliance led by the United States lost. Of...
Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic

Tokyo Olympics 2021: What Will Be the Lasting Impacts?

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By David J. Maurrasse The latest version of the Olympic Games are upon us, and once again, it is time to review the value of...

The Study of International Political Economy

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By Kalim Siddiqui I. Introduction The study of the international political economy refers to an interdisciplinary academic subject area of study that analyses economics, politics and...
From vaccine inequality to economic apartheid

From vaccine inequality to economic apartheid

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By Dr. Dan Steinbock Thanks to the containment failures of Covid-19 and the resultant new variants, coupled with vaccine inequality, global prospects are overshadowed by...
Women’s Labor Market

Policy Response To Mitigate The Effect Of COVID-19 On Women’s Labor Market Outcomes

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By Tea Trumbic and Marie Hyland On average, women are under-represented in the labor market compared to men. In many countries, the COVID-19 crisis has...
language of Economics

The Complexity of the Language of Economics

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The growth in business activity as well as in the activity of various non-governmental organizations, charities and, generally, organizations that operate at an international...