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A Dream Come to Life

Brent Ruth, Since the early 2000s Peru has seen a period of sustained economic growth and poverty reduction. Many of the benefits of this growth have centered on the capital, Lima. As a result, fewer economic opportunities exist for people living in the regions, and those that do are typically associated with mining and energy projects that are seen as controversial with some local residents. Nearly half the population in the Andean and Amazonian regions of the country still lives below the poverty line, and public services have not improved in many places. Read more…

The Establishment of Women’s Chambers of Commerce around the World

Carmen Stanila, Introduction The contribution of women and women entrepreneurs to economic growth is widely recognized. However, the Women’s Economic Opportunity Index, which assesses the environment for women employees and entrepreneurs in 128 countries, shows that almost half of the world’s working age women are currently not active in the global economy.1 Read more…

A Seat in the Limousine

Greg Lebedev, Article at a glance: Read more…

Celebrating Syrian Youth

Stephen Rosenlund, Article at a glace: Read more…

Remembering Ronald Coase's Legacy

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Women Mean Business: Game Changers in South Asia

Rachel Grossman, Article at a glance: Read more…


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