Recent research from India reveals the role that preference for male offspring plays in the stunted growth of children.
For our fortunes to turn, urban economic development has to be at the forefront of economic policymaking.
With over $50,000 in per capita GDP, Canada is a rich economy. Still, on any given night, 35,000 Canadians are homeless.
Economists and political scientists offer a myriad of reasons. There is, however, a simpler explanation.
Almost 40 million Muslim women have already started working in the past 10 years alone.
It is important to explore the reasons behind the declining competitiveness of Pakistanis at home and abroad.
The inability to serve the mobility needs of the destitute is a significant challenge for transit planners in South Asia
India's project will be the world’s most ambitious housing development plan. Pakistan can learn a few things.
These important tasks cannot be left to political leaders, they have no interest in public welfare matters.
Canada needs cooks, not computer scientists.
The private sector has done an abysmal job with public transit. The State has to build what the rest will not.
I witnessed firsthand that the quality of healthcare in Pakistan can beat even that in advanced economies.
Terrorism's most devastating economic impact was recorded in reduced remittances and losses in domestic investments.
NRSP's experimental low-cost insurance programme revealed how a social safety net could curb incidences of child labour.
If their agenda is to put a wedge between Muslims and the rest, the Jihadists are doing a pretty fine job.
Pakistan’s development challenges are local, not necessarily national. It is time to let go of central planning bodies.
José Mujica has some things in common with the Zardaris and Sharifs of Pakistan.
I wish I could say, “We didn’t see it coming.” But that would be a lie. We saw it coming.
In the not so distant future, the fight to win over Muslims will move from battle and oil fields to digital domains.
Despite big wins against child marriage, one in two young girls in Pakistan is still married off before turning 18.