INEQUALITY

INEQUALITY

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  1. Booming skyline of Jakarta

    Commentary: Indonesia searches for that elusive broad-based growth

    Indonesia's middle class are the winners of economic growth under Jokowi, says Asep Suryahadi and Ridho Al Izzati, researchers at the SMERU ...
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    ‘We are here to help, not to judge’: Helping parents key to tackling long-term absenteeism in schools

    There are existing programmes in schools to target the issue, which has been in the spotlight recently. But while each disadvantaged family faces ...
  3. Indranee Rajah talkback

    Government will help businesses transform, reduce reliance on foreign manpower: Indranee Rajah

    Speaking on radio station 938Now's Talkback show, the Second Minister for Finance and Education said automation can help businesses cut down on ...
  4. Jeff Bezos, seen in December 2016, has an estimated $70 billion fortune, making him one of the

    Commentary: Donations from the rich distract us from what is really needed to tackle inequality

    Money can certainly help some, but it does nothing about the bigger challenge in tackling inequality, says Binghamton University's Associate ...
  5. FILE PHOTO: French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire attends the questions to the government session

    Inequality could crush capitalism, French finance minister warns

    France's conservative finance minister said capitalism could collapse if global inequality continues to rise.
  6. The use of artificial intelligence was highlighted at the four-day Web Summit in Lisbon

    Commentary: Bad news. Artificial intelligence is biased

    The trouble with artificial intelligence is that it can introduce biases that impact society negatively as a whole, and must be addressed, says ...
  7. here are all the women? The myth of the pipeline problem in Asia’s tech sector

    Commentary: Where are all the women? The myth of the pipeline problem in Asia’s tech sector

    The gender disparity doesn’t arise solely from the low numbers of female STEM graduates, says Dell Inc’s Sophie Guerin.
  8. money giving euro dollars

    Commentary: Some only donate if deeds are publicly recognised

    Still, there are some who do not want their donations touted on social media or plastered on walls, says one researcher.
  9. US President Donald Trump came under fire during the G20 Leaders' Summit in Buenos Aires for

    Commentary: Look past Donald Trump to address disruptive global forces of our time

    Americans should start auditing the damage that the current US president has made rather than wait until after he leaves the office, says one ...