atms are again running dry in india. and theories claiming to explain why are doubling every day. out today, a quick report with my colleague rohan which seeks to separate plausible theories from the disingenuous (or just plain stupid) ones.
Tags » Informal Economy
Sustainability typically involves the balancing of three major factors: the economy, the environment, and some notion of equity. Though the economy is already a key aspect, the recognition of the informal economy, seems to be absent from the many possible permutations of these three. 101 more words
The number of people who are engaged in informal employment has been on a steady rise over the past decade, a phenomenon that is increasingly prevalent in developing and third world countries. 533 more words
Devolved governance units that were introduced in Kenya following the promulgation of the new constitution have localised the delivery of essential national government services as well as offered different parts of the country the autonomy to make specific decisions that impact the areas under their jurisdiction. 671 more words
Collecting bad debt in Latin America often represents a challenge for foreign businesses.
There are several reasons to mention why businesses stop paying, which may be considered universal: bad economic circumstances, a company having liquidity issues, bad luck in business, mismanagement, and even bad intentions can be reasons causing bad debt anywhere one goes and does business. 630 more words
A new form of petty capitalism is growing in the Plurinational State of Bolivia and it is having transformative effects on culture and race. Rampant urbanisation has caused the abandonment of rural histories and the swell of urban centres like La Paz and El Alto. 1,074 more words