Cultural Economy

How International Trade Can Unlock the Potential of the Cultural Economy in Developing Countries

By Jen Snowball There is growing interest in the creative economy in emerging markets in terms of its impact on employment and economic growth, as...

Going To Dubai For A Business Trip? Here Is Some Helpful Advice

Dubai is a growing hotspot for travelers from all over the globe. It is also a solid economic hub with many business startups and...
Boko Haram Weapons

The Devastating Impacts of Boko Haram Weapons Stockpiling on Lake Chad Basin Region

By Olusegun Akinfenwa On April 26, Boko Haram (ISWAP) fighters reportedly overran an army base in northeastern Nigeria, killing over 30 soldiers. For people in...
Carbon Pricing and Recommendations for the Future

Current State of Africa’s Experience of Carbon Pricing and Recommendations for the Future

By King Carl Tornam Duho The state of carbon pricing in Africa1 is bleak as only South Africa has a carbon tax implemented while Senegal...
African Payment Platforms

African Payment Platforms Leapfrogged the World – Can They Keep it That Way?

By Corey Runkel Sub-Saharan Africa boasts the highest digital payment usage in the world. What does that mean as payment providers grow around the world? Homegrown...

Outrage Trails Twitter Ban by the Nigerian Government 

The Twitter ban in Nigeria continues to generate outrage from local and international stakeholders, as the effects tell on the already struggling economy and...

Time for America to Modernize the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) – Time...

By Ivor Ichikowitz Picture this - The tarmac of Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi in 2020, where the ground crew of Kenya Airways loads...

Modern Slavery of African Migrants: Fleeing from Hardship to Servitude

Most discussions about slavery are often depicted by shackles, chains, padlocks, handcuffs, ships and other experiences of the transatlantic era. But over a century...

The Impacts of Proliferation of Arms in Africa

Conflicts have been Africa’s biggest challenge for decades, despite efforts by various local and international stakeholders to bring lasting peace to the continent. As...

The Effects of African Leaders’ Preference for Foreign Medical Care

By Olusegun Akinfenwa During his campaign for the 2015 general elections, President Muhammadu Buhari of Nigeria pledged to end medical tourism if elected. However, just...


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