Economists and Poverty Eradication

In October 2019, the 2019 Nobel prize for Economics was announced. The winners were AV Banerjee, M Kremer and E. Duflo based on their book titled “ Poor Economics: A radical rethinking of the way we fight global poverty”. The book immediately went to the top of my reading list. Continue Reading

Making the best of remittances

The World bank estimated that that there are around 258 million people who live outside of countries of births as at 2018. These people send money back to help those left behind in their home countries. These remittances account for a substantial percentage of GDP for many third world countries. Continue Reading

The beat goes on

There are different ways to make money and with unemployment for young people at its highest in most countries, many are going for self employment. Being an entrepreneur is one of the best ways to avoid unemployment. The best way to make money and improve our standards of living is Continue Reading

The need to eliminate kerosene and petrol products

The Environment is now a big and contentious issue. In most developing countries, the supply of power for electricity requires the use of different products such as kerosene and petrol, unfortunately, these products have been deemed dangerous not only for the health of the users but also the environment. Many Continue Reading