Who exactly owns airports and how do they function? We examine the complex business models of airports and discuss the trend of airport privatization – in particular, the causes of privatization and whether it is a better form of ownership.
The U.S. dollar finds itself as the currency of the global economy. In extreme circumstances, many countries even replace their own sovereign currencies for the dollar, in hopes of bringing much-needed economic stability. The dollar’s dominance, however, is not uncontested and its use is not without drawbacks.
Who owns the Arctic and what exactly is so important about it? As climate change leads to the further melting of Arctic ice, countries are scrambling to stake their economic claim in the region. We examine these claims, explore what is driving the claims in the first place, and give some considerations in regards to the future of the earth’s “last frontier.”
What is happening in Belarus and what could a new Belarusian economy look like? We take a look at the current state of Belarus and examine some of the possible changes that could be implemented in a Post-Lukashenko economy to promote economic growth and prosperity.