Chocolate is becoming more and more of a luxury item for most consumers. However, the situation among producers in Côte d'Ivoire is vastly different.

Jacques Morisset |

Le chocolat devient de plus en plus un produit de luxe pour la majorité des consommateurs. Mais de l’autre côté de la chaîne, en Côte d’ivoire, la situation est bien différente.

Jacques Morisset |

In Thessaloniki, a promenade along the Aegean Sea is dotted with fountains, sculptures, grassy parks, and the iconic “Umbrellas” art installation of the late Greek sculptor George Zongolopoulos.…

Valerie-Joy Santos |

Malnutrition is rampant in rural India and a leading cause of child mortality. In 2015, the Grameen Foundation’s  Rajasthan Nutrition Project attempted to improve nutrition in rural communities by…

Isis Gaddis, Talip Kilic, Valérie Lechene, Alexander Wolf |

  The Richtersveld Community Conservancy on the south border of the Richtersveld National Park in the Northern Cape Province of South Africa. Photo: John Hogg/World Bank  This week I was at the G7…

Karin Erika Kemper |

Cette page en : English Issouf Ouattara, directeur des ventes des plaines de Lopé dans la région du Hambol, Côte d’Ivoire, plaisante avec Sali Soro, une petite exploitante (Photo de Raphaela…

Raphaela Karlen, Luc Christiaensen |

When you have to redo your literature review for a “revise and resubmit, ” you know two things: first, the publishing process in economics is slow, and second, the evidence is accumulating fast in…

Berk Ozler |