The rise of a new developmental macroeconomics for middle-income countries: From classical to new developmentalism

Between the 1940s and the 1960s, classical developmentalism – or development economics – made a major contribution to economics, as it defined economic development as structural change, or industrialisation,...

Self-exploitation or working time autonomy? Yandex Taxi drivers in Moscow

The ride-sharing business is at the forefront of today’s expanding digital economy. Because of the large numbers working in the sector, it is having a substantial impact on the...

The demographic curse: Is there still a way out?

The aim of this research paper is to re-examine long-term demographic trends and the role of policy intervention. Some authors have considered a deterioration of demographic trends (lower fertility)...

Without responsible leadership, there is no change

Held under the theme ‘Making multilateralism work: Enhancing dialogue on peace, security, and development’ on the island of Rhodes, Greece, on 5-6 October 2018, the 16th Rhodes Forum drew...

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