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Africans need more freedom Less Regulations to Create Wealth | Philip Donkor

The words inscribed below resonate so loudly, only to those with a welcoming and industrious mind, an embracive heart and a discerning soul to listen, understand and perpetuate. These are the preconditions that such a seed as African liberalism and pride, rests on forever. Ideologically, Africa...Read more

2020-11-24 07:37:34

Beyond Globalization Lies Inter-Regional Integration for Africa’s Development

Globalization is the integration, interconnectedness and interaction among people, governments and organizations but also an economic, political and policy tool for influence, diplomacy and power. Packaged with a neoliberal structure, it moves along with supranational and international institutions...Read more

2020-11-15 01:23:46

IMF and HIPC: Ghana is not there

The Highly Indebted Poor Country (HIPC) Initiative in a poverty reduction program was launched by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank in 1996. The HIPC Initiative aims to help poor countries with unsustainable debt burden to manage and reduce their debts.  Though...Read more

2020-11-05 17:07:15

Policy Brief: Simple Policy Gaps and Policy Solutions to Ghana’s National Health Insurance Scheme

In the period 1970 – 1983, Ghana experienced almost negative growth in every important economic index: Real GDP (-0.8), Gross Domestic Investment (-5.9), Export (-4.4), Import (-7.2), Total Agriculture (0.5), Terms of Trade (1.3). In fact, the available data only buttressed the fact that...Read more

2020-10-07 21:16:45

NPP’s Tax Cuts Never Achieved the Policy Intent for Enterprise Creation

The New Patriotic Party (NPP) in its 2016 manifesto pledged to make the private sector the engine of growth to stimulate enterprise creation. The government after winning the polls hurriedly reduced and abolished what it called “nuisance taxes” to pave way for the private sector to take...Read more

2020-10-06 20:00:33