Too often, youth-serving development organizations are focused on short-term successes. SAIS alum Matthew Breman makes a case for why we should think bigger, focusing on altering systems themselves in order to make more impactful changes.
India’s national elections are only months away, and politicians across party lines are discussing large-scale direct cash transfers to secure the votes of two key constituencies – the farmers and the poor. But does a minimum income guarantee make for good economics?
HOW IS TECHNOLOGY TRANSFORMING THE NATURE OF EMPLOYMENT, MARKETS, AND PUBLIC POLICY? SIMEON DJANKOV, THE DIRECTOR OF THE WORLD BANK’S WORLD DEVELOPMENT REPORT 2019, DISCUSSES THE CHANGING NATURE OF WORK WITH SAIS PERSPECTIVES.