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Osaka University of Economics and Law
Professor Emi Sugawara leads a research project on business and human rights from the perspective of the parties concerned for improved policies
David Marlow – Third Life Economics
David Marlow is Managing Director of Third Life Economics, and a member of the Institute of Economic Development which arranged this article.
What behavioural economics has to offer to the NHS
At the centre of behavioural economics is an understanding that people do not always make rational decisions - here's how it could help the NHS.
Only 25% of global senior-level positions held by women in economics
Women are noticeably underrepresented in many academic professions, with a distinct lack of women in economics – particularly in universities.
Graham Brookes – PG Economics
Graham Brookes is an Agricultural Economist with PG Economics, UK.
Economics at the Adam Smith Business School
Economics at the Adam Smith Business School continues a long-standing reputation, delivering education and research at the highest standard.
How can economics tackle the issue of antimicrobial resistance?
Applying the economics of climate change to antimicrobial resistance could help to avert the 10 million deaths that are predicted to occur by 2050 if urgent action isn’t taken.
Health in Europe: A matter of good economics
Open Access Government details the priorities and intentions of the new European Health Commissioner, Vytenis Andriukaitis Born in 1951, Vytenis Andriukaitis holds degrees in medicine and history and started his political career just after high school. He is one of the authors of the Lithuanian Constitution of 1992 and a...
No more wasted chances: rethinking overconsumption culture
Attitudes to material acquisition have varied greatly through the ages, and now, the world is exacerbating the climate crisis with overconsumption. How do we change this?
An analysis of health and welfare in Australia
Open Access Government takes time out to examine some interesting health and welfare issues in Australia.
Ragui Assaad – University of Minnesota
Ragui Assaad is professor at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs at the University of Minnesota He is Research Fellow of the Economic Research Forum in Cairo, Egypt, and a non-resident Research Fellow of the Institute of Labor Economics (IZA), Bonn, Germany.
Policy recommendations for Japan towards achieving labour CRS/ RBC
The government’s current policy can be improved. Therefore, it is an urgent task to create an overarching policy vision to help Japan on its journey towards Labour CSR/RBC.
Compulsory mathematics education: Why not make broader learning the reality?
Dr Rhys Morgan, Director of Education and Diversity at the Royal Academy of Engineering, says a broader education for all would be better than just extending mathematics education.
True digital levelling up is within reach for local authorities
Ian Newbury from BT Wholesale argues that the success of UK local authorities is reliant on the services they underpin, which can be improved by the digital levelling up agenda.
Jenni Black – World Benchmarking Alliance
Jenni joined WBA in January 2023. She leads the Nature Benchmark at WBA, working to make sure that the data and insights are understood and widely used by stakeholders to create positive impact. Jenni is passionate about unlocking the role of companies in halting and reversing nature loss and...
Private equity: Shock absorber and growth catalyst
Private equity dampens business cycle fluctuations, improves capital allocation, and boosts growth, argues professor Christian Keuschnigg.
What has been the impact of Brexit on the UK economy?
Sarah Hall, University of Nottingham, discusses and assesses the impact of Brexit on the UK economy, in combination with COVID-19 and the Ukraine war.
Baylor Institute for Studies of Religion
Baylor Institute for Studies of Religion exists to initiate, support, and conduct research on religion.
A critical approach to historiography – challenging the assumption that history should never be...
Dr Leanna Brinkley, Head of Quality Assurance and Enhancement, Cardiff University International Study Centre, Study Group, details a critical approach to the past – contextualizing historical events through the historiography.