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41. Gender equality and development
... can change policy choices and make institutions more representative of a range of voices.  In India, giving power to women at the local level led to increases in the provision of public goods, such as ...
42. Japan's triple crisis -- one year on?
(Panorama/Change and innovation)
... Daiichi Nuclear Power Station has energized segments of Japanese civil society to be more proactive and vocal about everything from personal safety to nuclear power.  These changes in civil society can ...
43. Is China's economy in the balance?
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... crisis a decade ago. But many in the OECD, especially the US, see China as resorting to unfair subsidies and an undervalued exchange rate to gain an advantage in export production. These alternative ...
... hikes led to food price inflation hitting 11 percent in 2010. It’s not a co-incidence that the Food & Agricultural Organisation’s food price index, a measure of the monthly change in international ...
... coastal tooth-knocking ceremony, point to a culture steeped in spirituality and ritual. As the members of the "First Fleet" spread out from Sydney Cove, there were monumental and often catastrophic changes ...
East Asia's substantially market-led economic integration is a very complex process and is leading to some surprising effects.  One example is that of Australia's booming trade and investment with China, ...
47. Can we really innovate out of crisis?
(Panorama/Change and innovation)
In a recent article (see http://www.mrglobalization.com/change-and-innovation/innovating-out-of-crisis ), we argued that America has a capacity for generating an entrepreneurship- and innovation- driven ...
... adopt market-oriented exchange rate regimes, to remove barriers to domestic service sector development, to strengthen financial systems, or to boost domestic demand by putting more money in citizens' pockets ...
49. Australia to the UN Security Council?
(Panorama/Governing globalization)
... "largely isolated and irrelevant in its own region, deeply unsure of its identity, utterly pessimistic about its ability to be a force for change in its own right, and in any event wholly unclear about ...
50. China's internal weakness and external strength
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... adoption of a more flexible exchange rate.  China's current policy of manipulating the exchange rate by buying foreign exchange reserves complicates macroeconomic management, has led to inflation, and ...
51. Environment
Nick Stern said: "Climate change is the greatest market failure the world has ever seen...". He's right, despite the attacks on the work of the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change ("Climategate").  ...
52. Culture
... say will change them". True, cultural diversity is deep.  It is the product of the first great divergence in the history of humankind... Read more  ...
If there is one constant in the history of the world, it is change.  If there is one constant challenge in the history of the world, it is resistance to change. In the face of the forces of change, we ...
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