At the heart of climate policy, we have the COP26 worldwide forum coping with flawed emissions data that they cannot correct.
A closer look at rising world food prices can show us how much, where, why, and their impact on hunger in low income nations.
To be sure that vaccine markets travel from the developed nations to developing economies, we might have to accept some costly tradeoffs.
A slew of alternative indicators can be used to check the accuracy of recent Chinese economic growth numbers.
Targeting a less literate, poorer population, developing nations’ smartphones are different from their “sisters” in industrialized countries.
At a facility in Western India, you would see the worn clothing that sorters had grabbed from a conveyor belt. Separating the T-shirts, the jeans, the sweatshirts and every other garment you can imagine, these workers are a link in a global secondhand clothing chain.…
Comparing the purchasing power for a Big Mac and a gallon of gasoline, we can form hypotheses about worker well-being in developed and developing nations.
For African nations like Rwanda, inaccurate and misleading statistics about poverty and growth can be supplemented with satellite and cell phone data.
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