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    Can India’s Love for Tea Help Tea-Growers Affected by Climate Change?

    Nitin Saluja, Founder, Chaayos, speaks to JustJobs Network about how tea cafes can write a social success story in urban markets where people are ready to pay a premium for their cup of tea.


    Climate Change and Transformational Adaptation

    Dr Saleemul Huq, Director, International Centre for Climate Change and Development, speaks to JustJobs Network about transformational adaptation.


    Why Renewables Are Not Just About Climate Change

    India's approach towards renewables should not be focused on meeting international standards of emissions alone, but it should weigh in on the larger impact of renewables in providing energy access to the poorest and creating quality jobs.

    by Jit Shankar Banerjee

    The Shift to Shrimp in Satkhira – Climate Change and Aquaculture

    JustJobs Network Research Associate Jit Shankar Banerjee published an article in the Dhaka Tribune that looks at the climate-induced shift from rice cultivation to shrimp farming in coastal Bangladesh.

    by Jit Shankar Banerjee
    Income and Wages 22 September 2015

    Can Myanmar’s Minimum Wage Avoid the Pitfalls of Bangladesh’s Garment Sector?

    JustJobs Network Research Associate Jit Shankar Banerjee recently published an op-ed in the Myanmar Times proposing key reforms to the incoming government to increase productivity, while ensuring a high minimum wage floor and social protections such as healthcare and pensions.

    by Jit Shankar Banerjee
    Income and Wages 14 September 2015

    Three Rules of Thumb to Raise Wages and Reduce Inequality

    Case studies from Brazil to China, from the United States to Germany, reveal that to square higher wages and competitiveness, governments must adhere to three rules of thumb.

    Income and Wages 10 September 2015

    The Need for Open, Accessible Wage Data

    Given the impact access to data can have, governments around the world have a responsibility to improve their data monitoring capabilities and increase the data that they are sharing with researchers and the public.

    by Amanbir Singh
    Education and Skills 16 July 2015

    To Rescue Greece, Invest in Skills and Small Business

    If Greece's creditors seek to help the country eventually stand on its own two feet, it should provide the debt relief that could make Greek products more competitive internationally. Supporting businesses is one side of the equation. The other part is investing in human capital.

    by Sabina Dewan, Abhijnan Rej
    Urbanization 9 July 2015

    To Boost Women’s Employment, Start With the City

    Efforts to boost women's employment must take into account the role of the city government, especially its responsibility to provide safe, reliable and women-friendly public transport.


    The Global Deal: A New Economic Consensus

    Underneath the rumble of political debates, the tender shoots of a new global consensus around commonsense, practical and progressive economics are emerging. It's what Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven calls the Global Deal -- a new compromise between capital and labor that would ensure shared prosperity by putting jobs at the center of global macroeconomic policy.

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