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Links for 30/11/16

A smooth post-Brexit transition will be vitally important Drivers of wealth persistence across generations Myanmar industrial park grows swiftly into global center Overview of e-commerce in Southeast Asia Poor execution mars demonetisation scheme Singapore must avoid deep divisions as seen in UK, US: PM Lee The Electoral Consequences of Globalization The ‘Entrepreneur Gap’ Facing Women… Continue reading Links for 30/11/16

The Kathmandu Post

Can Nepalis Think?

There are three groups of people in this country—complainers, planners and doers Can Nepalis think? This is perhaps one of the most common questions to which thousands of countrymen are seeking a sincere answer. I see all of them considering the problems that modern Nepal faces and the events that led to the current situation.… Continue reading Can Nepalis Think?

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Links for 29/11/16

Big innovations require big investment Demonetization is a foolish step… The poor will suffer the most: Prof Arun Kumar Economists are prone to fads, and the latest is machine learning In India, Black Money Makes for Bad Policy Innovation begins at home with the Internet of Caring Things Is Brazil's contribution to global development at… Continue reading Links for 29/11/16

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Links for 28/11/16

Critics round on Myanmar's Suu Kyi over Rohingya crisis Donald Trump and the future of globalization Exploding myths about the gig economy How Basic Income Solves Capitalism’s Fundamental Problem How to Feed the World In India black money makes for bad policy La reducción de la pobreza Technology as a force for division — and… Continue reading Links for 28/11/16

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Links for 27/11/16

Bengal Famine Of 1943 - A Man-Made Holocaust Improving people’s financial decision-making Income Inequality Radical NGO proposal shadows Modi demonetization The Big Benefits Of Small Business Saturday The New Game of Global Tech The world's fastest mode of transport could soon be here This visualization shows you 35 years of US income inequality U.S.-Cuba Relations… Continue reading Links for 27/11/16

Politics & Development

GDP Per capita – Cuba Vs SAARC countries (1990 – 2014)

In 1990 Cuba's GDP per capital value was higher by almost four times than that of SAARC's most prosperous nation then - Sri Lanka. With an exception of Maldives & Afghanistan (for which data were missing), the performance of remaining five South Asian countries was even worse. Twenty-four years later, Cuba's GDP per capita exceeded $19,000 despite US Government's… Continue reading GDP Per capita – Cuba Vs SAARC countries (1990 – 2014)

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Links for 26/11/16

Beijing's Inefficient Economics Policies Bridging the “missing middle” between microfinance and SME finance in South Asia Four Nations Are Winning the Global War for Talent How Much Government Debt Rests Upon Your Shoulders? How the Rich Are Getting Richer: Dean Baker Scientific papers get more authors The value of trading relationships in turbulent times What… Continue reading Links for 26/11/16

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Links for 25/11/16

Esther Duflo on Poverty: It’s Not Just the Lack of Money Fleeing from Italy Globalisation and Brexit If animals have rights, should robots? Inside Nepal's post-quake 'maker space' Pollution from India and China has reached the stratosphere Science Done by Couples What Economists Expect from a Donald Trump Economy Why is the Ethiopian diaspora so… Continue reading Links for 25/11/16

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Links for 24/11/16

13 Economists Caution Against 'Untenable Inequality' A big free-trade deal’s demise leaves a worrying void in Asia Autumn Statement 2016: some of the things we've announced Doing Business Should Stop Promoting Tax Competition Donald Trump’s New York Times Interview: Full Transcript Nepal's earthquake-hit Boudhanath stupa reopens after restoration NYRB - The War on Terror vs.… Continue reading Links for 24/11/16

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Links for 23/11/16

Asean still the critical catalyst for China's future Charitable Giving Is Up, But Only Among the Wealthy Crappy water and the science of sanitation Fake News, Hate Speech and Social Media Abuse: What’s the Solution? How the Tech Industry Can Lead in the Trump Era The Closing of the Academic Mind The Rebel Economist Who… Continue reading Links for 23/11/16