With new technological changes and the rise of robotization, how can industrialization create employment and ensure inclusive growth?▶
Shelter in the region represents a gap in the protection of refugees, which is in stark contrast with Europe’s professed commitment to human rights and international law.▶
Can Africa’s rural economy create enough jobs for predominantly young job-seekers?▶
Entrepreneurship is ubiquitous in rural Africa. But why do rural households operate non-farm enterprises? How productive are they? And why do they exit the market?▶
Although governments and development agencies see farming as an important engine for job creation, rural non-farm businesses do not seem to generate enough work.▶
Wim Naudé is Dean of the Maastricht School of Management, Professor in Business and entrepreneurship in emerging markets at the Maastricht University, and Research Fellow at the IZA Institute for the Study of Labor in Bonn. He is also Board Member of the CERES Research School for International Development, based at Utrecht University, and Professorial Fellow at the United Nations University (UNU-MERIT).