The levels of income disparity between the 1% and the rest keeps growing.
An overview of the Japanese Economy in 2014.
While a world leader in the use of renewable energy, Canada’s fossil fuel record is dismal. Canadian governments need to continue to incentive the use of renewables to secure Canada’s future.
Kazutaka Miyuzumi explores income inequality in North America and the arguments that it can lead to economic growth.
Military action should not be the only option on the table. The U.S. needs to look at ways it can disturb IS’s finances to destroy the terrorist organization’s local economy.
Even in a massively populated country like China, cities devoid of people, termed “ghost cities”, exist. Kazutaka examines the phenomenon.
The incredible success story of Alibaba proves the strength of companies in emerging economies. But what distinguishes them from western companies?
The U.S. phasing out its quantitative easing policies 6 years after the financial crisis can have ripple effects on the world economy. Will interests rate rise, and what will happen when they do?
Kazutaka discusses Canada’s upcoming labour market challenges and suggests several possible solutions. Could more trades people and immigrant workers be the answer?