While Mozambique’s tuna bond affair is country-specific, its need to borrow is typical for all low income countries.
Hoping to avoid the middle income trap, China is taking the less typical socialist route through their “common prosperity” policies.
Seeing where the rule of law is stronger can tell us why certain nations have more economic development and others sink under the weight of corruption.
Please think GDP for a moment. Reported and revised during each quarter, GDP numbers create a reaction. If the growth rate is high, lawmakers assume their policies are working. When the numbers are lower, people wonder how to boost them.…
Through worldwide gender gap indicators, we can see that Iceland can optimize productivity and human capital through a small gender gap.
While some high middle income economies have slowed down and then accelerated again, using World Bank criteria, China’s economic growth is tough to predict.
Production possibilities graphs and GDP comparisons show us that a bigger gender gap prevents countries from achieving their economic growth potential.
More than the disease itself, ebola’s GDP impact from aversion behavior is rippling through West Africa domestically and in international trade.