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    Measuring What Matters

        Maxwell Gomera, Resident Representative of the United Nations Development Programme in Rwanda, is a senior fellow of Aspen New Voices.   KIGALI – As many as...

    Corporation tax: why Janet Yellen’s call for a global minimum rate is a bad move

      Sharif Mahmud Khalid, Assistant Professor in Accounting and Financial Management, University of Sheffield   The US treasury secretary, Janet Yellen, is calling for governments around the...

    Social Capitalism

      Edoardo Campanella, economist at UniCredit Bank & fellow at the Center for the Governance of Change at IE University in Madrid.   MILAN – The COVID-19...

    How Africa can kickstart its COVID vaccine manufacturing

      David Richard Walwyn, Professor of Technology Management, University of Pretoria Padmashree Gehl Sampath, Fellow, and Senior Advisor, Global Access in Action Program, Berkman Klein Center,...

    Quand le pétrole devient l’énergie du pauvre

      Philippe Copinschi, Enseignant en relations internationales à Sciences Po Paris, Sciences Po   C’est une révolution silencieuse qui est en marche. Sur un marché automobile en...

    World economy in 2021: here’s who will win and who will lose

      Steve Schifferes, Honorary Research Fellow, City Political Economy Research Centre, City, University of London   The coronavirus has crippled the world economy. Global GDP suffered its...

    Dummy’s guide to how trade rules affect access to COVID-19 vaccine

      Ronald Labonte, Professor and Distinguished Research Chair, Globalization and Health Equity, L’Université d’Ottawa/University of Ottawa and Brook K. Baker, Professor of Law, Northeastern University The...

    How renewable energy can drive a post-COVID recovery

      Sumant Sinha, Chairman and Managing Director, ReNew Power Nations need to direct investments towards a green and healthy recovery, as insurance against future disasters. The...

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