For the IMF to publicly wonder whether neoliberalism may have been oversold is like the egg-industry
The biggest news item of the past week was Britain voting to cancel its membership to
In terms of economic development, most African countries are operating below the least developed country income
This past week, the IMF, in their quarterly magazine Finance and Development, published an essay with
Intersectionality is all the rage in social movements. I am a former student at the University
British Prime Minister David Cameron told Queen Elizabeth II this week that Nigeria and Afghanistan were
Reading maps, the interventionist state and another $15 billion missing from Nigeria's government.
It’s May Day today, but we still have some work to do. To the coalface we go.
This week we’re all about Naija. (BTW, the title will make sense by the end of
And this week we’ll spend sometime talking about them. First up, however, we’ve got some nice
Recently Ihsaan Bassier, a graduate student in economics at the University of Cape Town (UCT) in
(1) The World Bank effectively has a monopoly in the market for measuring poverty. Almost everyone
First up: (1) Things are not looking up for the “Africa Rising” story and we are
Yes, this is a weekly series. Barclays Bank dominates this week’s missive. Oh, what is 16 plus
On Twitter, T.O. Molefe announced that our new weekly series #ItsTheEconomyStupid is “My new favourite thing.” And
Here’s episode 2 in our new series. If you missed the first instalment and the rationale
Given that we have an economist on board, it would be a crime not to ask
Thomas Piketty, the French superstar economist and author of the immensely popular book Capital in the
Today's post is about economic systems, the World Bank and the IMF, and whether they have they helped Nigeria or not.