What did the Philippines achieve in its chairmanship of ASEAN in 2017? And what challenges lie ahead for the ASEAN countries related to climate change?
How successful have economic reforms been in Cuba? And what alternatives are there?
The TaxCapDev Research Network invites you to this two-day conference on taxation and state building in fragile states.
Nigel Gould-Davies will talk about Russia's evolving position in the global economy, and the challenges and opportunities this presents for Russia and the West
How can we secure the future of democratic capitalism in a world where you don’t know who to trust?
With India’s massive poverty, food issues rank high on the policy agenda, including food consumption and food prices, and the income and power distribution along the food value chains. In recent work, NUPI researchers and partners have shed new light on key issues in the field.
At this seminar, we will take a closer look at EU’s trade, investment and intellectual property rights policies related to China.
Srdjan Vucetic will discuss his latest paper on China’s possibilities in a time where the relationship between the West and USA is more uncertain than before.
‘Taxing Africa’ takes a closer look at the debates on taxation and development in Africa. What are the biggest challenges, and is there a potential for reform?
Are state-owned enterprises a culprit or a scapegoat in the new protectionism?