Job losses are no longer limited to blue collar occupations, but also affect high-paying white collar jobs:… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…— Brookings Global (@BrookingsGlobal) Tuesday, February 21, 2017
Three reasons for universal basic income—an unconditional cash grant—for resource rich, poor, and rich countries:… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…— Brookings Global (@BrookingsGlobal) Tuesday, February 21, 2017
Macroeconomic developments and prospects in low-income developing countries
KDI-Brookings Workshop on the Productivity Puzzle
Moving to Access: Is the current transport model broken?
It is still in Japan’s strategic interest to keep alluding to the need to keep the ideas behind the TPP alive.
If you’re looking for new markets, Africa is the place to be. But right now, the U.S. is not leveraging Africa’s huge potential. By contrast, the Chinese are there, and they are willing to take risks.
“Private sector involvement absolutely does not let the government off the hook […] The federal government’s investment in global development is more critical than ever [and] the world needs Canada to step up its contribution, but that also includes Canadians from other sectors besides government. It includes non-profit, it includes science, it includes health, and it includes private corporations.”