Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Universal Credit Rating And The Fall Of The Three Fat Pigs

They were three mean fat little pigs that spread financial terror on the planet of Pigstan. They destroyed families, destroyed careers, whole nations, who...

Behind Those Fast Growth Rates, Rising Inequality

DAKAR, Senegal — It was his first post-election news conference, at a luxurious villa high above the Congo River, and the president of the...

Value Creation: Or Is It Value Destruction—The Advent of Caveonomics

Everything is about ideology, for those who wish to care. Or it is not, for those who remain lazy enough to not care. And...

Africans Opening Fuller Wallets To Consumption

Let's remember that the current global economic model of consuming the earth's resources well beyond a sustainable rate, and destroying the ecosystems that sustain human life in the process, is itself not a Success Story. Africa must beware.

Ghana Takes Bold Steps on Energy Strategy in Gas Subsector

ACCRA -- It is now clear that the crippling load management is giving way to sustainable supply of electricity in Ghana. However, to sustain...

A Tale of Two Economies: Formal and Informal

TEMA -- An informal economy should be better known as the every-man-eats economy. It is the structure of economy that permits man to make...

The Physics of African Production

NTOABOMA -- In Physics, there are two sufficiently mundane concepts – Payload and Torque (in tandem with Horsepower) - that are relevant for describing...

Empowering Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) for economic self-sufficiency in Ghana

Capacity Development Centre Ghana in an article cites statistics from the Registrar General’s Department that 92 percent of companies registered are micro, small and medium enterprises. They are noted to contribute not less than 70 percent to the GDP of the country and therefore have significant impact on economic growth, income and employment.

Between Africa And A Piketty Taxation

More taxation to raise government revenue for the social state in Africa would do nothing to solve the developmental crises that African states have faced in the two centuries since the violently aggressive European markets have usurped their economies.

Nude Women Chased Out Former Ghana President Agyekum Kufuor

According to Dr. Obed Yao Asamoah, in his book titled: "The Political History of Ghana (1950 - 2013)", former President John Agyekum Kufuor is...