Nutrition of the World Population

Nutrition of the World Population

By Nadine Karnetzke, Lena Wege, and Michael Palocz-Andresen The UN estimates in the World Population Prospects report that the global population will rise to nearly...

Financial Inclusion in India: Social Enterprises as the Unlikely Heroes

By D. Anisha Adhikari and Siddhant Mishra Financial inclusion in India has been the area of focus for the government and social enterprises for some...

International Trade Theories and Policy in the Developing Countries – A Critical Review

By Kalim Siddiqui Over the centuries, the study of economics has produced a profusion of trade theories, each aspiring to model the real-world dynamics of...

Neocolonialism: An Analysis of International Factors on the Development of the Global South

By Kalim Siddiqui Can former colonies truly get out from under the grip of developed countries? How has the economic, technological, and military advantage of...

Tech Empowers Indigenous Languages at Risk: Efficient Handle of AI and Digital Solutions Prevent...

By Marcelina Horrillo Husillos, Journalist and Correspondent at The World Financial Review “If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes...
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Affective Polarization is the Path to Toxic Political Polarization: A Growing Trend Which Potentially...

By Marcelina Horrillo Husillos, Journalist and Correspondent  A research team from New York University found that Twitter messages that include moral or emotional words are...
Waste Recycling Efforts

A Comparative Look at the Waste Recycling Efforts of Indonesia and the United Kingdom

By Nadine Haase and Michael Palocz-Andresen First, the definitions of plastic, plastic waste, and plastic pollution will be clarified, followed by the topic of importation...
Climate-induced terrorism

Climate-Induced Terrorism — the New Global Business Risk

By Matt Ince While countries around the world struggle to meet the manifold challenges posed by climate change, there are those who would use the...
Indonesias Costly Connection

Indonesia’s Costly Connection

By Ebi Junaidi and Alannah Perry Sometimes, the biggest hindrances to development are not ones that are easily seen. Indonesia is currently facing a logistical...
Export vs Import-Substitution

Developmental Challenges: Export vs Import-Substitution Industrialisation in Developing Countries

By Kalim Siddiqui Does a developing economy get to choose between Export-led or Import-Substitution industrialisation or are there factors that make one more successful than...

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