Robert Alexander Mundell, Nobel Laureate in Economics, Professor of Economics at Columbia University

Alan Mader, Chairman of the Board of Governors of the CFA Institute, and Nitin Mehta, Managing Director of the CFA Institute for EMEA

Jay Nibbe, head of Ernst & Young in the EMEIA region

Rizal Affandi Lukman, Deputy Minister of International Economic and Financial Cooperation of the Republic of Indonesia


India and China ake the Northern Route

To this day, the Arctic remains the most pristine, untouched piece of the Earth where there are a vast number of natural resources, oil and gas among t...

A Trap on the Island of Freedom

In November 2011, the Cuban government legalized the real estate business in addition to passing other economic reforms. From this point in time, resid...

World Organization of Creditors New Edition

The new book “Russia and the World on the Way to Sustainable Economic Growth” was released recently by the World Organization of Creditors....

Payment Independence

A law will take effect this summer that establishes a national payment system (NPS) in Russia, which is supposed to become, in the near future, an alte...

Poles of Attraction

Russia’s and China’s gas agreement has already been called “the top three-decade deal.” Its scale is quite impressive – i...

From Europe to Asia: Russias energy future

On the future of EU-Russia energy relations WEJ spoke with Jack D. Sharples, expert on the EU-Russia energy relations and a lecturer at the European Un...

Blessed with Oil

Until recently, East Africa was considered a poor region compared to West Africa, in terms of traditional energy sources. But new oil and gas fields in...

U.S. Sets Its Sights on Asia

Over the past decade, the Asian-Pacific Region (APR) has shown impressive rates of economic growth and has had some success in reducing poverty. Yet ma...

Women′s Issues

Not so long ago, the world said goodbye to the great Colombian writer and winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature Gabriel García Márquez....