.Change and innovation
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Is China's economy in the balance?
... disparities in
to social services and opportunities have exacerbated inequalities, the rapidly increasing living standards among the poorest of society compare favorably with other middle- and low-income ...
Human dignity, water and revolutions in Africa
... for much of Africa is not the volume of water it can
, but its uneven distribution across the continent. Alongside the Middle East, the drylands of North Africa, the Sahel and the Horn of Africa ...
Asia and Europe
... success has greatly benefited from openness to Western markets and
to Western knowledge. The children of virtually all Asia leaders, including North Korea, are educated in Western countries. And ...
Inequality just keeps on rising
... do on all cash benefits taken together and this spending reduces inequality by about one fifth on average. Ensuring equal
for all to such services is a challenge in many emerging economies, but ...
SINO-INDIAN ECONOMIC STRATEGIC DIALOGUE: BEYOND THE BEIJING ROUND
... Ramachandran, 2011). However, both China and India would have to cross many hurdles before trade through Stilwell could become a reality, more so since it needs
to Chittagong port that comes under ...
India -- the new frontier?
... more than half has
to satisfactory sanitation facilities. The caste system is still alive and well in the countryside. And India is still very much governed by a de facto royal family headed up ...
China's rebalancing imperative
... in the increasing number of industrial disputes in China. Third, China's economy is unbalanced in that the nation's four large banks provide privileged
to finance for the China's large state-owned ...
Innovating out of crisis
(Panorama/Change and innovation)
to finance; providing education and training for entrepreneurship, especially to engineers and other technicians who have entrepreneurial aspirations; and promoting partnerships between ...
OECD and Asia
... should be so interested in OECD membership, since it accords them with
to policymakers from large countries, which they may otherwise have difficulty in obtaining. One should also not underestimate ...
Global education in Japan
... for which we are preparing students is in a constant state of evolution, if not revolution -- we are always chasing a moving target. Third, with technology now providing free
to information, it ...