Posts tagged ‘GDP’

  • People prepare to grind cassava roots in Bingerville, near Abidjan Forum Article

    Should we give money rather than aid?

    As an author of a recent impact evaluation looking at the effects of purely unconditional cash transfers… more

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    How to tackle violence against women

    Your name is Sarah. You live in New York, or perhaps Nairobi, where you divide your time between caring for… more

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    How to help end violence against women

    Violence against women is a global pandemic. It is a problem that knows no geographic, socio-economic or… more

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    How can Germany boost consumer demand?

    A storm-tossed ship near dangerous cliffs needs a strong anchor to avoid finishing on the rocks. In 2012… more

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    Why Europe needs Germany’s help

    Germany’s stance toward Europe has become one of rejection and disengagement. Its policymakers deny… more

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    A new way of measuring social progress

    In a 1968 speech, Robert Kennedy recognized gross national product “measures everything in short… more

  • Vehicles move along New Delhi’s Connaught Place during evening hours Forum Article

    How to find India’s growth hotspots

    India’s economy could soon be on the move again. The new government is re-establishing… more

  • People board passenger boats as they leave ahead of the Muslim Eid al-Fitr holiday during dusk at Sadarghat in Dhaka. Forum Article

    3 steps to reduce poverty in Bangladesh

    Bangladesh has set an ambitious goal to become a middle-income country by 2021—the year it… more

  • An employee registers a customer for a mobile money transfer inside the Safaricom mobile phone care centre in Nairobi Forum Article

    What you need to know about Kenya’s new economic figures

    A month ago, the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics (KNBS) Kenya released a set of re-based and… more

  • The September 17 and 18 curves are seen on the board at the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) in Sydney Forum Article

    Why economic forecasts are slow to change

    Forecasts of many macroeconomic variables tend to be serially correlated, which is inconsistent with… more

  • Traders sit amidst stacked sacks, filled with onions and potatoes, at a wholesale vegetable market in Ahmedabad Forum Article

    How to reduce food waste

    At the Ninth WTO Ministerial Conference held in Bali on December 2013, all WTO members reached an agreement… more

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    5 reasons we need to cut energy subsidies

    Half the world’s energy subsidies are in the Middle East and North Africa Region.  These… more

  • Container ship departs Burrard Inlet in Vancouver Forum Article

    Why has global trade slowed down?

    Global trade started to slow down markedly in the course of 2011, after it bounced back from the Great Trade… more

  • Health worker is reflected in a mirror as he prepares protective equipment near Rokupa Hospital Forum Article

    Lessons from economics on the spread of Ebola

    Economists are being called upon to estimate the costs of the Ebola epidemic to West Africa and… more

  • People looking for jobs use facilities at a centre for the unemployed in Warsaw Forum Article

    What Spain can teach Poland about temporary jobs

    The political and economic transition of post-communist Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries… more

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    What history can teach us about the G20

    To understand what the G20 is for, and measure its success in Brisbane, requires a sense of the history… more

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    What China can learn from Singapore

    Across all recorded history, 99% of humanity has never invented a single thing. Yet, it is a truth… more

  • A general view shows the Moscow International Business Center and the Mercury City Tower (R) after a ceremony to present it as Europe’s tallest skyscraper in Moscow Forum Article

    How Russia can boost growth

    For 2014, we project that Russia’s economy will grow at an estimated 0.3-0.5 percent. This is the lowest… more