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    Education, entrepreneurship and energy – the three “E”s to job…

    Tunisia was once seen as a place to do business in the Arab World. According to the World Bank, between 1990 and 2010… more

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    To shape a Shaper: Reflections on the World Economic Forum on East…

    I was very fortunate to participate in the World Economic Forum on East Asia in Bangkok last month as part of the… more

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    Turkish delights

    Istanbul is one of my favourite cities. The World Economic Forum meeting held there, which I attended as a Global… more

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    What I learned from Aung San Suu Kyi

    From May 28-30th, I attended the World Economic Forum in Bangkok as a Global Shaper representing the Taipei Hub. The… more

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    Finding a sustainable solution to youth suicide

    How many times have we heard, “They are not aware of what they have committed?” Or, “I wish they had had enough… more

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    When Hogwarts came to Harvard

    To the delight of muggles and half-bloods alike, April brought the opening of Pottermore, a digital portal for the… more

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    Transforming Mauritius into a “blue” economy

    Coming from the island nation of Mauritius in the Indian Ocean, I grew up surrounded by the sea, coral reefs and rich… more

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    Trust and legitimacy: The Intel™ chip of societies?

    Around the world we are witnessing social contracts being redrafted or in many cases rewritten. Turn on the news and… more

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    Shaping Japan's new tomorrow

    As Global Shapers of the World Economic Forum, we have the ability to observe local and global issues on the ground. As… more

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    Preserving architectural history in Taiwan

    House prices in many Asian cities have doubled in the past five years. As a result, many old communities have been torn… more

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    Capitalism: A means, not an end

    Adam Smith’s notion of the ‘invisible hand’ has guided multitudes of people to promote ends which were not parts… more

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    Balancing the world through inclusive growth

    Growth has undeniably been the economic goal for the last few decades. It is believed that growth does not only benefit… more