Tag Archives: labor

What Really Ails Europe (and America): The Doubling of the Global Workforce

How are workers from emerging markets changing the global economy?

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Is Population Growth a Ponzi Scheme?

When it comes to population growth, why is more not always better?

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A Citizen-Based Social Contract for the U.S.

Is a citizen-based social contract too much for American citizens to handle?

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Dying to Get In: Global Migration

What is driving global migration and what can be done to make it safer?

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China and Globalization

How has China shaped — and changed — the global economic landscape?

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Human Resource Leapfrogging

Will the global South’s large populations work to its advantage in North-South trade?

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HIV/AIDS: The Modern-Day Plague?

Is HIV/AIDS replacing the Black Death as the world’s worst plague?

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Migration and Globalization

What challenges does migration pose to the world economy and global security?

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America and Europe — Keep on Trucking

What do freight transport trends reveal about the differences between the United States and Europe?

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Africa’s A — AIDS

What is the impact of AIDS on the development of Africa?

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