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How Political Leaders can Increase and Regulate the Number of Full-time Jobs Amidst the...

By Judith Bessant This article explains why and how political leaders can act to increase and regulate the number of full-time jobs amidst the threats...

Agriculture, WTO, Trade Liberalisation, and Food Security Challenges in the Developing Countries

By Kalim Siddiqui The agriculture sector plays a historic and integral role in the socioeconomic development of the country – it has a significant contribution to...

Development Path of the Contemporary Non-Western World

By Guanghua Yu This note argues that the logic underlying the open access order is not the only way of economic and human development in...

Corruption and Economic Mismanagement in Developing Countries

By Kalim Siddiqui Corruption is a considerable challenge for Governments especially in the developing countries. It has become more serious over the last twenty-five years...

Capitalism, Globalisation and Inequality

By Kalim Siddiqui With rising global inequality and environmental crises, capitalism is unable to resolve the crises and thus has become an obsolete social system...

The Great Dollar Debacle

By Dan Steinbock The share of U.S. dollar in international payments is disproportionate relative to America’s eroding global position and depends on international goodwill that...

Ethiopia – A Case Study in Take-Over by Western Interests

By Peter Koenig Ethiopia is a landlocked country, bordering on Somalia which is dominating the Horn of Africa. Due to several border conflicts during the past...

The Return of the Feudal World?

By John Hulsman and Boris Liedtke In today’s post-industrial economy, it is evident that world politics is under radical restructuring. More precisely, as the authors...

Everything Changes, Nothing Changes

By Graham Vanbergen Just by looking at the everyday scenario across today’s industries, one can deduce how globalisation quite significantly changed things over the years....

Current Economic Development is Unsustainable. How Can We Reverse this Trend?

By Jacques Prescott In 1987, with the publication of the Brundtland report, the world was confronted once again with the dire reality of a collapsing...

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