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Tag: International Business & Economy
Digitalizing Risk: Interview With Yves Guillaume A. Messy
Oil, Trump, Brexit: Is it possible to change the way markets react to global political events? Charlotte Provost interviews Yves Guillaume A. Messy, a fintech genius who is seeking to transform international market behaviour.
The Dichotomy : Perception of Russia
Is our understanding of #Russia a part of a larger plan? @Sha Lalapet explores Russia’s history and economics, in an effort to shed light into the workings behind Russia
Trade Arbitration: Foreign Corporations vs. Pressing Governmental Objectives (Pt. 3)
Prudence requires those involved in [ISDS reform] to come to agreeable terms, setting a global standard that would increase net foreign investment and trust between nations.
Trade Arbitration: Foreign Corporations vs. Pressing Governmental Objectives (Pt. 2)
In 2015, faced with opposition to ISDS in many European countries, the European Parliament decided there must be a new arbitration system for the pending Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP).
Trade Arbitration: Foreign Corporations vs. Pressing Governmental Objectives (Pt. 1)
Adam Feldman looks into how trade arbitration provisions currently favour corporations and how the process can be reformed.
The Risks and Rewards of Marketplace Lending
Michael Kang considers the growth potential and risks of alternatives to traditional banking services such as Peer-to-peer lending.
Working Women: A World of Potential
Michael Kang looks into the current status of economic gender equality and the potential economic growth of more women participating in the workforce.
From Central Asia with Love and Remittances
Research Analyst Michael Oshell explores Central Asia’s dependence on foreign remittances.
The Curious Case of Corruption in India
Michael Kang explores the complex extent of corruption in India and its impact on the Indian economy.