economic policy

A new era for Europe?

The 2024 European Parliament highlights emerging right-wing influence and pressing issues from climate action to youth voter disengagement.

Measurements of happiness are often tied to culture. The sufficiency economy philosophy rooted in Thai policies is no exception.

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Governments around the world are searching for how to fix housing affordability, but the solutions will have to be local and community based.

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Joe Biden’s decision to pull out of next week’s Quad summit in Australia helps to highlight the weakness in a partnership still yet to find its purpose.

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Japan’s industrial policy has been a blueprint for Asian nations, but many skip over the important context that made it all become a reality.

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An economist’s century-old idea might be the key driver in the next iteration of Asia’s economic innovation.

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The idea of providing every person with a guaranteed income could increase equality and raise living standards.

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COVID-19 triggered a massive increase in government debt, mainly in low-income countries. But it would be economically wrong to put all the blame on COVID.

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The issues that led Sri Lanka to become an economic basket case in 2022 serve as a warning for other nations.

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When nations get caught in spiralling debt, it’s future generations who will end up paying the price.

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Singapore doesn’t struggle with traffic jams the way other cities do. It hit upon a winning strategy in the 1970s and stuck to it.

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