BY JUNE CHOI
A deeper look into the possible strategies that would help address the challenges in Myanmar’s development trajectory.
BY JUNE CHOI
Following a series of democratic reforms in 2011, it appeared Myanmar was set on the path of development. However, the Rohingya crisis and recent political developments raises questions about Myanmar’s growth prospects.
BY ALISON DECKER
The Department of Justice launched a new framework to promote sustainable institutional development of law enforcement agencies abroad that takes a hard look at current practices in the sector. But what will it look like in practice?
BY LUBNA ANANTAKRISHNAN
Do those who pay no taxes or live informally have a right to the city? And can and should government protect these rights?
BY MADDALENA CASTELLI
As the financial sector develops and more people gain access to financial services, what will be the impact on economic growth? MIEF student Maddalena Castelli dives into the data.
BY WILLIAM DOUGLAS
POET LAUREATE EMERITUS WILLIAM DOUGLAS PENS A VERSE ON THE IMPORTANCE OF ENSURING THE EQUITABLE DISTRIBUTION OF GAINS FROM DEVELOPMENT.
BY GRACE CRAMER
his article asks how two such firms - McKinsey and KPMG – were drawn into South Africa's state capture scandal, arguing that these firms suffered from corporate isomorphic mimicry. While they implemented best practices de jure, in reality these practices were ignored, sacrificed for financial gain and powerful alliances.