Kristina Grinshpoon examines the prospect of Scotland gaining independence.
Author: Kristina Grinshpoon
Kristina Grinshpoon holds a B.A in International Relations and Economics from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, where her final-year research projects focused on the effective deliverance of development assistance to the education sector in developing countries (as defined by the IMF). During her studies Kristina worked with the World Jewish Congress; Jerusalem Municipality; and Israel Ministry of Finance as a research assistant for the Research and Economics Department. Prior to her studies, she served for two years in the Israel Defense Forces (IDF). More broadly, her interests include development economics, policy implementation, and political economics.
Fighting to Empower Bedouin Women in Israel
Kristina Grinshpoon on how Amal Elsana Alh’jooj and Vivian Silver are fighting for the empowerment of Bedouin women in Israel.
The Beginning of Kim Jong Un’s Purges: Five Down, Two To Go
Kristina Grinshpoon on the death of Kim Jong-un’s uncle, Jang Song Thaek.
Ecuadorian Rape Victims are Treated as Criminals
Kristina Grinshpoon on Ecuador’s anti-abortion laws
Canadian Humanitarian Assistance
Kristina Grinshpoon visually presents Canadian humanitarian assistance in numbers.
Israelis are Secretly Providing Humanitarian Relief to Syrian Refugees in Jordan
Kristina Grinshpoon on IsraAid’s role in Syria.
Corruption and Doing Business: Someone Tell the World Bank about Corruption
Kristina Grinshpoon examines the report on “Doing Business” and how it does not incorporate measures for corruption.
Gender Equality in Education
Kristina Grinshpoon on gender inequality in the education system.
The Digital Revolution and Developing Countries
Kristina Grinshpoon on the digital revolution.
The Power of Information
Kristina Grinshpoon examines the power behind producing information by using the US as a case study.