Observer Research Foundation (ORF) Special Report – The New Economy of Climate Change – April 29, 2016

“Climate change presents significant risks to long-term economic growth and socioeconomic development in developing economies. Thus, the response to climate change necessitates major revisions around how economies are structured and how they function. ORF organised a symposium on the subject “The New Economy of Climate Change” on 15 March 2016. This Special Report builds on […]

“How Labor Standards Can Be Good for Growth” – Harvard Business Review – April 27, 2016

In an article published in Harvard Business Review on April 27, 2016 Professor Eric Verhoogen, Vice Dean of Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs, posits that “Nike is a leading example of how both anti-sweatshop campaigns and labor standards in trade agreements can be good for innovation and growth in developing countries.”  In […]